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    What sort of a smoothie are you talking about? None of the smoothies I have made would have benefited from the addition of raw liver and/or canned tuna/salmon.

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    Edit: worth a try with the egg whites, but I was wondering if nut butter blends well or stays in a chunk?
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    You should be using the egg yolk. Not raw egg white.

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    Raw liver in a smoothie is GREAT. I use this and a couple raw egg yolks for me AND my kids. The kids never even notice and would definitely NOT eat liver in any other form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leida View Post
    I really wish I had oysters, but all the canned oysters have some crap added to them! So I never buy them.
    I can't find any at my grocery that aren't canned in cottonseed oil. They have like 4 brands, and they're ALL in cottonseed oil. WTF?!?!?

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