i have been a butcher for many years and have made thousands of the bloody things (see what i did there), i can assure you it is cooked during manufacture and as long as it has been stored as it should be , then eating it cold is no problem.Can I get a 2nd opinion on this - is it definitely ok to eat cold out of the packet??
Bruce is right, they're not very good and don't even have a decent flavour to them.I quite like the sound of them.
In the 70s my cousin worked in a slaughterhouse and used to use a wide rubber squeegee to slop all the blood on the floor into a floor gully which pumped it into a vat which had a blade turning continuously to help stop it clotting... from there it was pumped into a tanker and taken to Associated Dairies I believe [ASDA now] to be strained and processed with diced pork fat... still eat it though, but well fried for obvious reasons.Yes it's definitely cooked already, it's boiled in the skin during production (for a good hour I believe). My Father in law used to make it at a slaughterhouse in Scotland for the local butchers.
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