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Thread: Liverwurst (Don't judge me, I like it)

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    Liverwurst (Don't judge me, I like it)

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    Yes, I am aware this product was not around in Grok's time but I'm wondering on a nutrient standpoint, both macro and micro if it could be primally approved? It isn't something I typically eat, it was a treat growing up but my dad usually ate most of it and gave us kids a small taste. He usually got the Oscar Meyer brand which I'm sure is much more processed then something of a higher quality (like actually purchased from a deli). I'm asking because I've been having a craving for it lately and before I actually go ahead and consume it, I wanted to make sure it's not a primal no-no. Thanks.

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    Just check the ingredients for all-natural stuff. i don't see what's wrong with it.
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    Well, what is liverwurst made of? Liver, meat, fat, spices....go for it. As long as you can find one that isn't full of other crap. Enjoy

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    Cool! The brand I saw was imported from Germany. They sell it in the deli at my local grocery store. I don't remember the brand name (lots of dots over the vowels and stuff like that) but I'll find out next time I'm there and look it up. Thanks!

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    ROLFLMAO!!! I googled just random nutrient info on liverwurst and found the following information that I just thought was really funny I had to share it:

    The good: This food is a good source of Protein, Riboflavin and Iron, and a very good source of Vitamin A, Vitamin B12 and Selenium.

    The bad: This food is high in Saturated Fat and Cholesterol.

    Why is that bad again? (Thank you CW for keeping me in line!)

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    "Spices" - avoid it if you see that. It's MSG for sure.
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    Really? wtf? I always thought companies just list "spices" because they don't want to say what their "secret" blends of actual spices includes. Okay, maybe that's just stupid of me. Why am I surprised?

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    I thought if a food contains MSG they had to label it as such to people who are allergic can avoid it? I've seem foods listed with MSG and spices so how does that correlate?

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    I love liverwurst. It can be little salty on its own, but as a snack I've just taken a spoon to the tube... mmm

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    Yummmmm. Liverwurst. I love it. I am going to try and make it soon. It is very nutritious. I just got all the ingredients.
    US Wellness meats has it and will ship all over the place if you cannot find good quality stuff near you.

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