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Fried liver and Cerebrospinal Fluid, yum. He would inject it with cream of wheat and then start fry it. Then he would grab a prisoner and extract some Cerebrospinal fluid he would use it as a sauce. While it was frying he would start coating it with his his sauce. In the end it was crispy and tasted wonderful, it went down well with a glass of plasma and red blood cells.

By magmabuzz, October 10, 2014.
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Now that gran is living with us and has taken over the cooking and shopping I think I'll be eating organ meat a lot more often. I don't mind the liver so long as I can't taste it much. It has to been in a kick-ass strong sauce though. Then I can think of how nutrient dense it is and how I'm not being wasteful and shovel it down fast. I know previous generations grew up on this stuff, but if I'm honest I've always been a chicken breast or steak girl.

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People are so weird about organ meat. On one hand they praise the First Nations for not wasting a bit of an animal as a way to respect it's sacrifice and on the other they're all disgusted by eating liver or kidneys. I've eaten liver and onions, liver sandwich spreads, steak and kidney pie and there's nothing wrong with it. It totally respect vegetarians and vegans, seriously I do, but if you eat meat you should eat the lot. If you're not sure about that just magnify your choice by a few billion people and see where that gets the planet. I know for a fact that when my Grandpa butchered a pig they ate everything but the squeal.