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Thread: What primal foods are packed with iron?

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    Ive heard that cooking in cast iron adds iron to your food. Not sure how much tho...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zed View Post
    Beef! Eat your beef!
    Horse is higher in iron and omega 3s.

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    Liver and spinach. Also raisins, if you aren't trying to lose weight.

    Perhaps I'm biased, but EAT YOUR BEEF. BEEFSISTER COMMANDS YOU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeatMe216 View Post
    Ive heard that cooking in cast iron adds iron to your food. Not sure how much tho...
    Depends on how old the cookware is. The older the cast iron cookware becomes the less iron it adds to your food.

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    So making a spinach omelet in my brand new, cast iron frying pan could perhaps be an alternative to liver?

    Funny thing, I actually saw a big sign with "LIVER" and listing all the different kinds of liver they had when I rode the tram past the butcher this morning. It's everywhere. I think I should go there now, and just get over it. Or maybe they have some ready-made patÚs. Hm.. How about a nice, fatty foie gras, does that also contain a lot of iron? Or should I worry that the objectionable practice of making an animal sick before you eat it may be a non-optimal primal choice..?

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