I'm new to paleo, on a budget and in the process of healing from candida (diagnosed). My diet is my best medicine, so I buy the best quality foods I can afford - which is why I'm trying to learn to love offal, as they seem to be the best bang for your buck. I absolutely LOVE cow's heart and am trying to warm up to tongue, though the one time that I've tried it found it a bit too fleshy.
I've heard chicken livers are pretty mellow, but the only ones I've come across seem to be conventional. Might they still be worth eating? There's grass-fed beef and lamb's liver a plenty over here, as well as kidney, but I've yet to woman up and try either as I've heard their flavor is quite strong. Any beginner's advice to these bits, or other odd bits that may be worth considering? Can you eat too much offal?
I'm also new to animals fats. Which would be most neutral for cooking, i.e. scrambled eggs? I can only really afford to try one at a time.
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