Looking into incorporating liver for its nutritious benefits. What I can't seem to determine, however, is to what extend the vitamin and mineral content is diminished by cooking? I've heard some anecdotal reports that you need to eat the liver raw in order to really reap the benefits.
My concern is that raw liver can harbor parasites and other potentially harmful bacteria (I.e. salmonella, E. Coli). Just seems far too risky, especially for something I am to eat on a regular basis...
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on June 01, 2014
at 04:57 PM
Matt 11 is right - don't worry about the cooking diminishing the nutrients.
If you're still interested in eating it raw though you should know parasites and pathogens are eliminated after freezing the liver. I follow what this girl does - http://www.primallyinspired.com/friday-favorites-f...