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An organ of vertebrates responsible for water regulation, excretion and waste products, and maintaining the composition of the blood. For culinary purposes classified as offal. Veal kidneys are the most highly regarded, followed by those of lambs. Pig"s are rich, and those of ox and sheep need soaking in milk, to rid them of their over-strong flavour.

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