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    So what is the most nutritious animal organ to eat? And from what animal? Beef? Pork? Chicken? Other?

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    Liver; I don't think it matters much which animal is comes from.

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    If beef liver is too strong a taste for you, see if you can find calf liver or lamb liver. I also order offal from a company called ElkUSA.com that sells really pricey game meats online but in their "dogfood" section they get rid of the other parts nobody wants at really low prices. Elk liver pate is to die for. And Elk heart makes a great slow cooker stew.

    Brains are also excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bissen View Post
    Liver; I don't think it matters much which animal is comes from.
    Yeah I agree. And its pretty delicious fried with coconut oil

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    just give me some liver and i'm happy

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    Does it matter? Try them all. They each have their own value. I regularly eat liver, brain, kidney and heart
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    Chicken hearts and gizzards...mmmmm....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    If beef liver is too strong a taste for you, see if you can find calf liver or lamb liver. I also order offal from a company called ElkUSA.com that sells really pricey game meats online but in their "dogfood" section they get rid of the other parts nobody wants at really low prices. Elk liver pate is to die for. And Elk heart makes a great slow cooker stew.

    Brains are also excellent.
    Their dogfood is USDA human quality and just what I've been looking for, all the guts ground w/ some meat to 'hamburger' specs for under $5/lb and all OUT OF STOCK, dammit. It shows you the demand is there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IvyBlue View Post
    Their dogfood is USDA human quality and just what I've been looking for, all the guts ground w/ some meat to 'hamburger' specs for under $5/lb and all OUT OF STOCK, dammit. It shows you the demand is there.
    Sorry, it's probably out of stock because I bought it all.

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    Asked this in another thread and waiting for an answer still, so...is it healthy to eat liver/etc. from factory farmed animals? I see beef and chicken livers for like 99 cents at Basha's, but when I buy beef I only buy grass-fed for obvious reasons. Do the nutrients in the liver "cancel out" the fact that it's from factory farms? Wouldn't there be less nutrients to begin with?

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