What is VENA A OJO. I bought some from the butcher.

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What is VENA A OJO. I bought some from the butcher. It's NOT chicken.

Please give me a straight answer. I lost 10 points because of somebody fooling around.

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updated AGO 9, 2009
posted by Frank-Young
You may just be spelling it incorrectly? Is it a poultry meat like chicken? (duck, quail, pheasant, goose, etc)

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Thank's Katherina. On the label from the Butcher, it says VENA A OJO. I know one is vein and one is eye, but why is this meat called this. I asked if it was VACA and she said yes. But don't know why they call it this. Maybe it's a local thing. The meat I normally use is called COMPONER. Is this local too.

By the way, you put consulted (past tense) instead of consult.

QUE TENGAS UN BUEN DIA!!! SALUDOS. Frank,

updated AGO 9, 2009
posted by Frank-Young
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Sorry but you have not written well, I speak perfect Spanish and that phrase does not exist, VENA is one thing, OJO is another. Vena means VEINS y Ojo means EYE... you see? That is not a valid phrase or sentence. Best returns to read and write properly and consulted again.

QUE TENGAS UN BUEN DIA!!! SALUDOS smile LOL

updated AGO 8, 2009
posted by Katherina-Matos