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Chicken Liver and Bone broth from organic, antibiotic-Free, no added-hormones, no preservatives chicken

Answered on July 07, 2018
Created January 20, 2013 at 11:57 PM

I buy the above chicken because it is much more reasonably priced than the ideal, pasture raised chicken. It comes with the liver and I have started saving the bones to make bone broth.

Is it worth it to eat the liver and make bone brother with the organic chicken even tho it is not pasture raised?

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on March 23, 2013
at 10:31 AM

and by terrible I mean annoying. You are pretty great at trolling.

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on March 23, 2013
at 10:28 AM

"don't let perfection get in the way of progress" Sounds like something straight out of Robb Wolf's mouth. you are a terrible troll.

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at 10:27 AM

"A little less snarky way of saying it: don't let perfection get in the way of progress" Sounds like something straight out of Robb Wolf's mouth. you are a terrible troll.

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A little less snarky way of saying it: don't let perfection get in the way of progress

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on January 21, 2013
at 05:28 AM

I cannot afford Pastured Chicken, so I buy Organic Trader Joe's Chicken. I feel slightly guilty over the factory farming methods, but I still eat the liver if it looks good. (Some are kinda off). I always make bone broth.

If you want chicken livers, the pastured livers can be gotten for fairly cheap, if you ask the farmers for them at the farmers market. If I am making a lot of livers, I go with this option.

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on July 07, 2018
at 05:05 AM

NesProteins Dehydrated Organic Chicken Bone Broth will make 4 to 6 Litres depending on desired strenght and comes in 100g zip lock BPA free kraft bags.

For only $29 you won't have to muck around with buying bones, simmering for 24 hours, filtering and freezing then cleaning up.  This is a great product, great chicken flavour and has a 18 month shelf life because the broth is free dried to lock in nutrients.

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on March 23, 2013
at 08:16 AM

If the liver looks and smells good, eat it.

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on January 21, 2013
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No way, I mean, if it's not 100% pure and holy blessed by paleo-babby-jesus, Robb Wolf, himself, then it's not worth eating. Continue subsisting on air until you get acceptable quality chicken.

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32f5749fa6cf7adbeb0b0b031ba82b46

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on January 21, 2013
at 01:25 AM

A little less snarky way of saying it: don't let perfection get in the way of progress

F02990386b12528111740ad6279ba29d

(1363)

on March 23, 2013
at 10:27 AM

"A little less snarky way of saying it: don't let perfection get in the way of progress" Sounds like something straight out of Robb Wolf's mouth. you are a terrible troll.

F02990386b12528111740ad6279ba29d

(1363)

on March 23, 2013
at 10:31 AM

and by terrible I mean annoying. You are pretty great at trolling.

F02990386b12528111740ad6279ba29d

(1363)

on March 23, 2013
at 10:28 AM

"don't let perfection get in the way of progress" Sounds like something straight out of Robb Wolf's mouth. you are a terrible troll.

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