Organ Meat

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Any of a number of edible parts from slaughtered animals from internal organs—e.g., brain, heart, kidney, liver, and lungs
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My vet pulled her out of it and blamed the affliction on heavy feeding of the rich organ meat. Over a long period of time, I used up that food source, but sparingly.
Twenty-four items from the food-frequency questionnaire were collapsed into six groups: meat (including organ meat), poultry, dairy, eggs, grains, and fish.
Some fat and most organ meat are pulled and prepared for holiday feasts; while smoked fat, Sarrano ham, and cured sausages are stored in the larder.
Foods high in purines -- found in anchovies, organ meat and mushrooms, among other foods -- can aggravate the condition.
Last week, I stopped at how to cook meat, slowly in a pot and include all parts: fat, organ meat, joints and bones, plus fine herbs, light spices, and condiments, the traditional way.
Purine-containing foods include beer and other alcoholic beverages; anchovies, sardines in oil, fish roes, herring, yeast, organ meat such as liver, kidneys, sweetbreads; legumes, meat extracts, consomme, gravies, mushrooms, spinach, asparagus and cauliflower.
(Like, maybe he should just have a taste of this yummy organ meat.)
She also soaks and stews the tripe for a long time, to remove the musty aftertaste of the organ meat. "It's not an easy dish to prepare well," says Kishimoto.
Not only am I squeamish when it comes to the use of organ meat but I become absolutely void of appetite when blood sausage is involved.
This diet is also low in high-fat dairy, red meat, organ meat (e.g.
"Named" sources of any animal protein or fat, whether it's a muscle tissue (in which case it will appear as chicken, beef, buffalo, etc.) or an organ meat (in which case it should specify which species it came from, for example, "beef liver").
This pattern involved high intakes of salad dressing, nuts, fish, tomatoes, poultry, fruits and cruciferous and dark and green leafy vegetables and low intakes of high-fat dairy, red meat, organ meat and butter.