How I manage liver:
I put a pound of liver and a pound of 75% ground beef (grass-fed), a yellow onion, and a bunch of seasoning (this week, taco seasoning) in my food processor, then pulse it until it's fairly uniform looking. Cook in bacon fat while stirring a lot, until it is all done through. If your FP is smaller, do it in batches.
This works very well to hide the taste/texture. More spices help.
Ground pork with ginger, garlic and shredded carrots on a bed of lettuce.
After 90+ days pure primal, I'm going to have a burger on *eek* bread. Sourdough; three ingredients on the label. I'm going to enjoy it. I don't have wheat issues. I won't fart, have cravings, nor will I gain wieght. I'm just going to have break.
Eating bread every day will make you sick. I believe that with all my heart. Eating bread three or four times a year will barely make a blip in one's health. I believe that with all my heart also.
[QUOTE=quelsen;925234]ok i need a new new new liver recipe.
i have about 10 pounds and a girl who cant really stand it,
we have done curried
Get a cat. That will use up your liver surplus.
But seriously, a small amount (2 ounces?) ground up and mixed into a stir fry should be undetectible.
Edit: RaeVynn beat me too it. Hiding it in mince is the best way we have found to get it past toddlers turning their noses up at it.
[QUOTE=magicmerl;930563]Hiding it in mince is the best way we have found to get it past toddlers turning their noses up at it.[/QUOTE] Toddlers and elderly newly Primal parental units. Shhhh. Don't tell my Dad there was liver in the meatballs and meatloaf.
This is what we had. It is easy and so delicious. Soumac and Paprika crusted Salmon with honey fennel and apple salad.
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Tonight we are having Sea Tangle kelp noodles with sea scallops cooked in home made pesto sauce on top. Pesto is home grown basil, pine nuts, garlic, and olive oil, with a spoonful of moroccan hot sauce thrown in for kick all whipped up in the VitaMix.
Even Grizz would like the iodine levels in this dinner.;)
20 hr fast followed by 20 minute HIT resistance training followed by:
16 oz new york strip (salt, pepper, garlic) ....barely, on the grill done bloody. Small sweet potato with a ton of butter, cinnamon, and cayenne. 1/2 cup of lactoferment veggies. Few squares of Lindt 90% chocolate. And some pistachios.
Went out for dinner and got half a rotisserie chicken (I literally ate a whole chicken today!) with steamed seasonal veggies (which were loaded with seasoned salt, so I only ate two slices of zucchini) and I swapped the included mashed potatoes for baked sweet potato wedges.
Grilled wild salmon and sauteed spinach. Yum.