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Liver is the most nutritious food on the planet, but many people find it difficult to work into their diet. Here are five ways to do that.

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5 Comments

  1. Excellent, practical, data-driven tips – this and all the other podcasts/vlogs. Thanks for sharing your research in this way, a great public service.

  2. I read elsewhere we shouldn’t eat more than an oz / 28g of cooked liver a week. That this supplies 6000 ug RE of Vitamin A per week, which is the safe level if you don’t have problems with your kidneys.

  3. I ferment Bacillus subtilis, puree it with liver and pate spices, cut half and half with brie cheese. Roll a generous helping in a corn tortilla for breakfast.

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