my grandparents always taught me to soak chittlins in cold salt water for an hour or 2 before the cleaning process. after cleaning the water must be changed several times adding salt to the water. the salt really draws out the blood in the intestines. you'd be surprised how clear the water will be by the last washing. we also chop up an onion, garlic, crushed red pepper flakes, a whole potato, salt to taste, and white pepper instead of black pepper, also you can put a little apple cidar vinegar in too. we also have a family friend who cooks hers with a can of beer added for tenderness. when ready to eat put hot sauce on(franks), and throw down!
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my grandparents always taught me to soak chittlins in cold salt water for an hour or 2 before...