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People have known through the ages that organ meats, from healthy animals, have many nutritional benefits. In fact, up to the middle of the twentieth century, most Europeans and Americans would eat organ meats at least once a week, for health.

Yet people have also known through the ages that it can be difficult to eat organ meats, which usually come with veins, sinews, membranes, and other parts and substances that must be removed before cooking. And there is the taste. Organ meats have a taste that does not appeal to many. And the texture, which is different from that of other meat.

But, thanks to U.S. Wellness Meats and traditional cooking, I have come up with a way to eat organ meats that is easy and delicious. That is not a misprint. I said delicious, and I mean it!

U.S. Wellness Meats sells a grassfed beef liverwurst sausage that includes large amounts of liver, heart, and kidney, ready for eating, no messy surgery required.

Cooking liver with bacon is a very old tradition in Europe, and it still works. Our ancestors had to deal with the same taste issues, and they learned that bacon is a delicious solution. Bacon and bacon fat make this liverwurst delicious. U.S. Wellness Meats also sells a wonderful bacon that is ideal for this recipe. And when you combine these two wonderful ingredients with pastured eggs, you have a breakfast to remember!

This may be the easiest way to get the nutritional benefits of organ meats I have ever used. And it is delicious, and energizing.

 

Bacon and Grassfed Liverwurst

Serves 3

6 slices U.S. Wellness Meats sugar free pork bacon slices, use slices with plenty of fat

U.S. Wellness Meats liverwurst, cut 6 slices about one-quarter-inch thick. Do not worry if the slices break or crumble after they are cut. There are no binders or fillers in these sausages, which is a good thing. They will still be delicious.

2 to 4 pastured eggs, depending on your appetite

  1. Place the bacon slices in a large, heavy frying pan. Turn the heat to medium, and cook the bacon slices. Watch carefully so the bacon does not burn, reduce the heat if necessary, and turn often so it cooks evenly. Do not pour off the fat from the pan, you will need it. When the bacon is done to your taste, remove it from the pan to a warm place.
  2. Carefully place the liverwurst slices in the hot bacon fat, and cook over medium heat for one minute on each side. Remove the slices to a warm place.
  3. Break the eggs into the pan, and cook over medium heat until the yolks have set to your liking. Be sure to baste the yolks with hot bacon fat from the pan several times as the eggs cook. This will give a wonderful bacon flavor to the eggs. The bacon fat will tame the organ taste, making the sausage slices absolutely delicious. Serve and enjoy!

 

Stanley Fishman is a cookbook author and blogger who is an expert on cooking grassfed meat. Stanley uses traditional flavor combinations and cooking methods to make the cooking of grassfed meat easy, delicious, and tender. Stanley has written two cookbooks that make it easy to cook grassfed meat —Tender Grassfed Meat: Traditional Ways to Cook Healthy Meat and Tender Grassfed Barbecue: Traditional, Primal and Paleo. Stanley blogs about real food and the cooking of grassfed meat at his blog Tendergrassfedmeat.com.

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