ETA: I found the article again and it was comparing 1 chicken liver to a lb of beef liver, so that's why the values are so different. But I still want to know...is there any compelling reason to eat beef liver instead of chicken liver?
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On the other hand, I've heard that grains are a more natural diet for a chicken than they are for a cow.
We do eat quite a bit of naturally raised chicken liver that isn't really pastured, since it's more convenient (easy to pick up at the store, easy to cook and tasty to eat), but I would like to get more beef or lamb liver into our diets.
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