Matumbo is a common type of meal among the Kenyans. The stomach lining from cows, goats, or sheep can either be boiled, stewed, and served with ugali or rice.
Matumbo is a Swahili word that is used to refer to the intestines of cows or goats. This world is commonly used by people in East Africa, particularly in Kenya. The Western countries to matumbo as offal or tripe.
It is the meat that comes from the stomach of a cow, making it organ meat. It is cheaper than muscle meats and very nutritious.
Nutritional value of Matumbo
Intestines are rich in B12 which is good for hair, skin, and. They are also rich in zinc and phosphorus that are used to boosts the immune system of the body.
Matumbo is still a common source of cheap protein. Scientists have discovered that it may be a beneficial addition to a healthy diet as long as it's taken in moderation.
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