Lampredotto is Italian for offal or organ meat. The part of the stomach of a calf. This is traditonally boiled in a broth of herbs and tomatoes, then finely cut and used as a filling for a sandwich topped with Salsa verde in Florence. It is the traditonal food of workmen for lunch. Lampredotto is one of the street foods of Italy, especially in Tuscany.

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