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    Pate is usually the tastiest and least detected way.

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    Did no one mention this?
    Crispy Liver Hash Brown Patties | Mark's Daily Apple
    Quick and easy. Duck fat gives it great flavor (I imagine tallow or lard would too), and 2 eggs + some coconut flour really helps hold it together.

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    I haven't tried this with beef liver, but I frequently throw chicken livers on the BBQ, marinated in whatever I would marinate a chicken in. Also have BBQ'd them bacon-wrapped on skewers with onions and bell peppers.

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    make liverwurst!

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    I've made frozen liver goo according to these instructions - I freeze pureed liver in ice cube trays and small containers, then thaw and add to chili or curry. Strong spices mask the liver flavor very well
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    I didnt read all 5 pages, but a friend of mine chops it real fine and adds it to meatballs and spaghetti sauce. Her family was clueless for years.

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    As a kid my dad would soak it in buttermilk with Tabasco, then bread and chicken fry it, man it was good, liver candy.
    I ate enough of that to develop a likeing for it.
    Sausage with about 1:3 organ to muscle, with the spices and texture no one will notice

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    My co-op had pastured lamb liver for $2.99/lb. Sliced thin and pan fried, I can't imagine any meat-eater struggling with it. Goes really well with Chinese mustard, assorted pickles, and of course onions.
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    Julia Child's Chicken Liver Mousse recipe with one half of a tart apple added to the recipe is actually quite good. there is also a paleo recipe for crispy fried chicken livers served with lemon juice and fresh chopped onion. It is decent.
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