Beef liver can be baked, boiled, broiled, fried, stir-fried, or eaten raw (asbeh nayeh or sawda naye in Lebanese cuisine, liver sashimi). In many preparations, pieces of liver are combined with pieces of meat or kidneys, like in the various forms of Middle Eastern mixed grill. Liver is often made into spreads. Well-known examples include liver pâté, foie gras, chopped liver, and leverpastej. Liver sausages such as Braunschweiger and liverwurst are also a valued meal. Liver sausages may also be used as spreads. Beef livers are rich in iron, copper and preformed vitamin A.
3 pound package comes in 2 or 3 vacuum sealed bags
All our beef is sourced from small local farms and is grass fed. We work closely with them to ensure that our animals are ethically raised on organic pastures without the use of genetically engineered grains, antibiotics, hormones or any other growth promoting drugs.
All weights are rough estimates +/- 0.50 LBS. When we process our animals it is very hard to get an exact weight on each cut.