Mondongo refers to Tripe which is a very popular source of food in many countries of Latin America, like Panama and Colombia.
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Mondongo refers to a stomach of ruminants; tripe. Mondongo is used in many Peruvian dishes such as Sopa de Mondongo, Locro de Mondongo, Aji de Mondongo, Mondongo a la Italiana

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