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Haggis aka Stuffed Sheep Intestine - Why Would You Eat That?

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Published on Sep 21, 2012

A Scottish traditional dish called haggis is made from sheep's intestine. The sheep's heart, liver and lungs are combined with onions, oatmeal and spices to make a supposedly delicious, savory pudding. We'll have to let our officemates be the judge of that!

QUESTION: How much would we have to pay you to eat this one... $1,000? $5,000?

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