The rumen, reticulum, omasum and abomasum make up the cow's stomach. All four are used in preparing tripe. 

The abomasum (also called the true stomach, rennet stomach or fourth stomach) ensures, along with the omasum, the digestion of chewed grasses. The sides are smooth and the color darker. Its secretions have the property of curdling milk.



Collaboration: VFC et Produits tripiers de France

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