Organic Wild Game
As you all know I like to save time by not driving to the store and I get almost everything mailed to me, including quality organic meat. I never enjoyed spending time driving to the store and waiting in line under florescent light so when I found companies that mailed quality food to me for a great price, I gladly signed up and spent more time on my bicycle and enjoying nature.
Many of you asked where to get organic bones for bone marrow, organic liver and other organ meat. Roo Nutrition reached out to me and I’ve been really impressed!
It may shock you that organ meats are one of the most nutritious foods. You can’t deny the facts! Check out one of the many charts we have in our book KETO: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet. You often hear how nutritious blueberries and kale are but rarely do you hear the nutritional punch from organ meat! The problem is, that you want to get your organ meat from a quality source like Roo Nutrition!
I know you all may be thinking that you do not like the taste of organ meats, but you know they are one of the most nutritious foods to consume. Guess what? I do not like the taste of organ meat either! My mom loves it; she was recently at my house and saw organic liver in my freezer. She begged if she could take the organic liver home for my liver and onions recipe and I gladly said yes! If you are more like me and do not want a plate of liver and onions, let me tell you my top 5 recipes to hide organ meat into your diet!
TOP 5 Ways to Sneak in Organ Meat:
I often have my husband grind up organic liver and add a 1/4 of a pound into a 1 pound mixture of ground beef. I love to make these recipes to sneak in organ meat into my diet:
1. Add ground liver into my Paleo Chili!
2. Add ground liver into my Keto Meatloaf!
3. Add ground liver into my Keto Meatballs!
4. Add ground heart or ground liver into hamburgers!
5. Add ground heart or ground liver into my Pizza-Roni!
I also love to roast bone marrow and stir in the bone marrow into my homemade Keto Chili! It is creamy and delicious!
Click HERE to check out all of their organic Wild Game and organic Organ Meat options!
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I love organ meats! I like chicken liver and pork kidney 🙂
Just used the ground liver suggestion as part of meat in a pan of low carb lasagna. Great idea and I haven’t ate beef liver in years. After seeing that chart though I will be looking for dishes to incorporate liver more often. It went over well at dinner. Thanks so much!
Great idea! Thanks!
I love chicken livers and beef liver. So, I checked out the site, and placed an order. My husband and I order from Butcher Box, but they do not offer the livers.
Thanks! Hope you enjoy them. 🙂
As a person from the Caribbean, liver was always part of our Sunday breakfast. We would have souse (boiled cow heel or pig) with cucumbers in lime juice, boiled eggs and liver. Of course a breakfast meal was never complete without fried dumplings (bakes) and warm cocoa tea. That meal would keep you full for the entire day. I will recreate that meal “keto” style. I enjoy your blog and your talks. Keep up the great work.
Sounds great! Thanks!
Organic marrow bones are so cost prohibitive for people on a fixed income. I am just about to start the 30-day Ketogenic Cleanse. What can I substitute for the bone marrow recipes in the Cleanse?
You can just omit it.