Lungs (food)

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Sour Lüngerl with bread dumplings

Lung , also known as Lüngerl or Beuschel , has the lowest nutritional value among the innards . Kalb - and lamb lungs but is used for many regional specialties, especially in Bavaria , in Vogtland ( offal ), Silesia ( succeed , Gelenge , Gelünge , Geschnärre , Gepläutze [of Polish płuco , lungs' ]), Austria and France ( julienne de poumons , German fine pulmonary shredded ). The coarser lungs of pork and beef are only used as an ingredient in blood , liver and lung sausage .

Traditional dishes are Beuschel (Saure Lüngerl, Lungenhaschee), Lungenschmarrn, Lung Strudel and Lung Soup.

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