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    Liver help...

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    I know it is amazing for you and all that, but jeez it tastes like ass.

    My most recent share of grassfed beef included the liver. I can't say I'm overly pumped about it, but I'm a gamer... I'll give it a go. Somebody share an awesome grassfed liver recipe to make me change my mind on the meat.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Chop it up into tiny pieces (easiest when partially frozen).
    Then put those pieces into small single serving size containers (yogurt cups, tupperware etc) and keep them in the fridge.

    Any time you make ground beef/bison/pork/venison etc, you can just mix in a serving or two.
    My wife is a picky eater, but she has no idea that she's gotten several servings of liver in the last couple of weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWPrimate View Post
    My wife is a picky eater, but she has no idea that she's gotten several servings of liver in the last couple of weeks.
    That is great!

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    Cut it into rubbery, stretchy, gross-looking strips

    Dust it in coconut flour mixed with some salt, pepper, garlic powder, cayenne, whatever

    Egg wash

    Coat it in the small flakes of unsweetened coconut

    Fry it in bacon fat or a bacon fat/palm shortening mixture

    Liver McNuggets I call it. Hides the gross reasonably well.

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    With braunschweiger and liverwurst I use low carb barbeque sauce. I used to choke it down, now I enjoy it.

    Spicy/smokey covers strong meat flavors, which was one of the primary reasons for the original spice trade; consuming partially rancid meat.

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    keep em coming.. the sneak it into food i like approach seems the most suitable so far. thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnn View Post
    With braunschweiger and liverwurst I use low carb barbeque sauce. I used to choke it down, now I enjoy it.

    Spicy/smokey covers strong meat flavors, which was one of the primary reasons for the original spice trade; consuming partially rancid meat.
    How did I never think of dipping my liver mcnuggets in BBQ sauce? Awesome idea. Thanks!

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    Freeze a chunk, then grate into a chilli or a bolognaise
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    Mix a chunk into hamburger patties. Should work.

    Are you using spices? Onion, salt, pepper, allspice works great!

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