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I was watching Samurai Gourmet on netflix today, and in the following scene i tried to read the menu on the left side of the screen:

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I marked the item that is interesting me with a red box. If it am not mistaken it reads "Toromino". I was trying to find a meaning via google, but i am completely lost on that one. Any idea what dish that refers to?

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とろミノ is made of two words:

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Looks like ミノ is an intestine called rumen, used for 'fermentation of ingested feed.' とろ implies a fattiness.

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ミノ is called tripe in [UK] English. It requires long cooking (two hours plus) to become soft enough to be palatable, so I think this is probably "cooked tripe".

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