Pajata is made from unweaned veal’s intestine with milk from its mother still inside. It was banned from 2001 to 2015 because of Mad cow disease, but it is now back in trattorias across Rome. Photo: ilclubdellericette / InstagramPajata is made from unweaned veal’s intestine with milk from its mother still inside. It was banned from 2001 to 2015 because of Mad cow disease, but it is now back in trattorias across Rome. Photo: ilclubdellericette / Instagram
Pajata is made from unweaned veal’s intestine with milk from its mother still inside. It was banned from 2001 to 2015 because of Mad cow disease, but it is now back in trattorias across Rome. Photo: ilclubdellericette / Instagram

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Pajata is made from unweaned veal’s intestine with milk from its mother still inside. It was banned from 2001 to 2015 because of Mad cow disease, but it is now back in trattorias across Rome. Photo: ilclubdellericette / InstagramPajata is made from unweaned veal’s intestine with milk from its mother still inside. It was banned from 2001 to 2015 because of Mad cow disease, but it is now back in trattorias across Rome. Photo: ilclubdellericette / Instagram
Pajata is made from unweaned veal’s intestine with milk from its mother still inside. It was banned from 2001 to 2015 because of Mad cow disease, but it is now back in trattorias across Rome. Photo: ilclubdellericette / Instagram
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