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Just bought some beef liver today and WOW, these things are huge. They are almost the size of cow tongues!! :eek:

IMO, they smell a lot more than the chix liver. My hands still smelled after I washed and washed them.
 

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I know that a common way to remove garlic smell from your hands is to wash with something made of stainless steel. Rub it on your hands just like you would a bar of soap. I don't know if it would work with this, but if it can remove that over-powering garlic smell, it might be worth a try. :smile:
 

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your beef liver was almost the size of a cow tongue? i cut up both today and I swear, the beef liver was at least 2 times bigger than cow tongue though admittedly not as thick. I chopped them into portion sizes and shoved them into a million and a half (or so it seemed at the time) gallon-sized freezer bags.
 

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While I'm still getting over the trachea, I will have to deal with some beef kidney today. Yuck. Some jobs call for latex gloves!
 

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I prefer pork livers to any other because they are a reasonable size to work with, not too big, not too small.
 

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Didn't somebody with knowledge say on here that of all the livers to feed chicken was the best one to feed because it had the most or best nutrients?
 

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Didn't somebody with knowledge say on here that of all the livers to feed chicken was the best one to feed because it had the most or best nutrients?
I don't know if it chicken liver is the best or not, but I prefer to give him a variety. :smile:
 
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