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Old 02-26-2010, 02:10 AM - Thread Starter
 
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just wanted to let you know. I had great sucess hiding small cut up peices of chicken liver in beans and rice. it's not much, but it's some. (it is visible, but you can't taste it.) I probably could have hidden more as well. (chicken liver, not sure about beef.) I put it in to cook with the rice.

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That sounds yummy . . but I like liver. My dh eats so fast he probably wouldn't notice it either.

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just wanted to let you know. I had great sucess hiding small cut up peices of chicken liver in beans and rice. it's not much, but it's some. (it is visible, but you can't taste it.) I probably could have hidden more as well. (chicken liver, not sure about beef.) I put it in to cook with the rice.
Do you just cook it with the beans and rice?
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I cooked the beans with some seasonings then added the rice and the liver and cooked it in the remaining liquid from cooking beans

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Recently, my farmer has been adding value by adding the organs to his ground beef packs already. I think it makes the ground beef taste even better, the flavor is great, to me!

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oh that's really cool. I'd love it to buy ground meat with the organ meat already in it.

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oh that's really cool. I'd love it to buy ground meat with the organ meat already in it.
I know right? He' been doing a bang up job of keeping us, his demanding clientele, happy, lol. I'll miss him when i move later this summer.

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