Honeycomb Tripe refers to a kind of tripe from the second stomach of the cattle or ox called the Reticulum. Reticulum called the hardware stomach because if cows accidentally eat hardware (like a piece of fencing scrap, nails or something which it is not supposed to eat), it will often lodge here causing no further damage. Honeycomb Tripe is called as such because itappears like a honeycomb.

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