Liver: The Unappreciated, Nutrient-rich Superfood

Pregnancy causes the most bizarre of cravings. My body must have known that I needed a good dose of iron, so I craved liver when I was pregnant with my daughter. My favorite way is to drop it into diced and sauteed red onion or into sauteed fresh rings of onion. After both get really comfortable with each other in the shallow/frying pan, I shake in the following fresh/organic herbs and spices: turmeric, curry, ginger, thyme, parsley, crushed red pepper, ground black pepper, and pure Himalayan pink sea salt.

Any sagacious chef knows that most foods that look the least appealing taste the most delicious. This is the case here.

Once in a short while, I prepare liver alone, in stew, or wrapped with mixed veggies and fresh cut rings of onion. Over the years, I have discovered the amazing benefits of this unappreciated superfood. It is packed with nutrients.

I had to stop myself from polishing off the chicken liver pieces in the pan. As I write this blog entry, I feel healthier already as Vitamin A, iron, copper, and B Vitamins course through me. 

Make yourself a liver dish, either as I do, or as foie gras or pâté.

Eat well and thrive!

Visit these medical sites for more information.
Https://www.vitalproteins.com/blogs/stay-vital/the-amazing-health-benefits-of-liver
Https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/why-liver-is-a-superfood




--Frances Ohanenye maintains this unusual site. Click on the "Open Source Cooking" tab for enlightening information. Thanks for visiting. Have a fruitful day!

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