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    I have to say I have found the best ultimate primal superfood out there. Offal is amazing. I before would worry about getting all my vitamins and minerals but when I just had a few random pieces of sesos (brain), liver or beef heart, I would get optimal levels of the things most people miss in their diet. If you are looking for a great way to get those extra nutrients you must try offal. Does anyone have any unique recipets or preparations they would like to share. I wrote this in ode to my love for offal; it also discusses some of the benefits. http://howtodieyoung.blogspot.com/20...superfood.html
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    The only thing I've tried is beef liver and unfortunately it tastes quite disgusting, even with tons of spices and onion to try and mask it's flavour
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    • #3
      It is hard to get used to at first. I prefer it cooked alright. I made a sausage from liver, spices and some ground nuts and it was delicious. I tried liver raw and it was AWFUL. It tastsed like metallic soap. Beef heart raw was quite tasty, however. If you are into that kind of thing.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by krassi View Post
        The only thing I've tried is beef liver and unfortunately it tastes quite disgusting, even with tons of spices and onion to try and mask it's flavour
        Really? Perhaps because I grew up eating liver, I find it to taste very good. I try to eat it 3-4 times a month. Lamb's liver is excellent especially marinaded with some olive oil and fresh mint then grilled. I do find chicken livers to be a touch strong but given some practice I'm sure my palate will come around to them.

        I need to figure out how to make a decent steak and kidney pie, just without the pie part

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        • #5
          Oh wow, I have some fresh mint. I will have to try that, sounds delicious. Thanks
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          • #6
            I found it gross the first time, not too bad the second, and I liked it on #3. I mixed it in some ground beef to help me with the transition and cooked it with onions and peppers. Now I'm a fan.

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            • #7
              bacon and liver ....its good.

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              • #8
                Bacon and anything is a winning combination. Seriously, anything.
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                • #9
                  I might give the liver a second chance soon, i'm sure it's something I can get used to if I put my mind to it

                  Plus it's dirt cheap.
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                  • #10
                    Never had beef liver, but had calves liver a couple times. Made it the other day for lunch. I thought it was very tasty--kind of like a more tender flavorful steak.

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                    • #11
                      I got some calf liver this time at the grocery store and am looking forward to trying this recipe:
                      http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipe...s#post-comment

                      It sounds like it's going to be delicious!

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                      • #12
                        Thanks for sharing. Nice blog too. I like the Ronald McDonald touch. I'm in Houston. I moved here about six months ago, and I am anxious to make more Primal friends. If you're ever in the area...

                        www.nutritionut.wordpress.com

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                        • #13
                          I like pork hearts quite a lot. Spice em, (stuff herbs in them), brown them in a pot, throw in some chopped onions and mushrooms and then add coarsely chopped carrots and some broth/stock to cover the veggies, letting that baby cook under a lid for an hour or two. Then I add some whipping cream for the finish.



                          Now my mouth is watering.

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                          • #14
                            I love beef liver. I could eat it raw. (Really....I can but I usually cook it).

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                            • #15
                              I like Mario Batali's liver recipe. Just substitute almond meal for the flour (not too much!) and be careful not to overcook.

                              http://www.vealrecipes.com/tag/mario-batali/

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