Beef liver with ginger powder


I am not a big lover of organ meats, but they are probably the healthiest parts of animal meat…

Since my diagnosis with Lyme disease, I was advised to eat beef liver twice a week.

The main reason was because it contains many important nutrients, like, vitamins, minerals, amino acids etc…

Since I also have a FODMAP problem, I am not able to eat onions in any forms.

Although eating liver without onions is not really a tasty dish…honestly it sucks to me.

So I came up with my own recipe that has no onions but still tastes good.

Here it is:

  • 100-150grams of beef liver
  • 2 bigger carrots
  • 30grams of rice (cooked separately in 5x as much water. Then rinsed thoroughly)
  • Salt 
  • Ginger powder
  • Coconut oil

I slice up the liver I put it in a pot and I add a little water and start cooking it slowly.

I slice up the carrots and add them to the liver.

After 10 minutes of boiling the liver and the carrots in water, I add salt, coconut oil and ginger powder.

In a separate pot I boil the rice in 5x as much water.

Once the rice is well cooked, I rinse it with a lot of water, to wash off the excess lectins and carbohydrates.

The liver is done in about 15 to 20 minutes, depending on how small the pieces were.

At the end I put the rice and the liver together and I mix the whole thing adding some fresh parsley, and it’s ready to eat.


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