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    I bought some beef liver today, guess i'll have it tomorrow, not sure how i'll cook it as haven't eaten it for about 30 years...is so cheap though i think it might become a large part of my diet

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    1lb grassfed ground beef, 3 eggs, 1 zuchinni 1 onion. Thats whats for dinner.

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    Last night: chicken thighs, brussel sprouts, mixed greens, mushrooms, and garlic, all "stir fried" (except I don't use oils). 2 tblsp quinoa tossed in at the end (with a little water) and left on low heat 'til it popped.

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    Dark meat, both legs & 1 thigh off the whole chicken I baked. The liver & chicken heart too! The veggies I stuffed into the birds bum. Small sweet potato. Water kefir w/ lime,raisins & ginger.

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    Grilled Sockeye Salmon (w/skin!), guacamole, red leaf lettuce and cubed/fried sweet potato---AMAZING!!

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    Pork chops and mashed cauliflower. So easy with a food processor. Poor Grok had to use a rock.

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    For tonight: ribeye which will be fried with beef dripping. Rocket salad with added spring onions, a red sweet pepper and I may add a side of mushrooms with a garlic butter sauce.

    I also picked up a large piece of beef liver, which I will cut in half and have over the next two nights. I'm planning to fry it in dripping and would appreciate any tips - whether you can have it medium rare, for instance.
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    I know it's not dinner but I just had to share. I'm sitting at Ricky's family restaurant and ordered the big waffle breakfast with out the waffle. Today's my cheat day. 3 eggs over medium, 3 strips bacon 3 sausages and stuffed hashbrowns. Hashbrowns are stuffed with green onion, sour cream and more bacon! I asked that everything be cooked in butter. The guy next to me choked on his coffee when I asked for that lol.

    The reason it's a cheat day is the massive amount of potatos in the hashbrowns. I tend to stay away from white potatoes in general.

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    Egg salad, avocado, maybe a cold boiled potato. My pullets are laying and their eggs are still too small to sell, so it's all-you-can-eat for us. And my early spuds are ready (planted before going primal) and I love boiled potatoes for a treat.
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