Eat Liver and Onions for A Body of Steel

Liver and Onions are a Great Health Food

When my brother was dying from cancer the nurse said “Feed him Chicken Liver and Onions Liver is the most nutritional food available.” Liver is also easy on the budget. It is more nutritious than steak and much cheaper. Liver is a powerhouse of nutrition. Beef liver is low in Sodium and is a good source of Iron, Zinc and many other nutrients the body needs—including Copper and Selenium.

Snack Food Needn’t be Just Silly Carbohydrates

Eat Liver and Onions for a Healthy Body and Mind
Liver and Onions for a Strong and Healthy Body and a Powerful Brain

Pound for pound, liver and onions is one of the most powerful meals available to us. This is an especially delightful meal for athletes, hard workers military and other people who depend on well-spaced meals.

This powerhouse of nutrients contains many vitamins and trace elements like copper, iron, chromium, phosphorous and selenium. These nutrients and will carry you through many hours of rigorous activity.

An Old Time Meal for Bodies of Steel

Liver and onions is a traditional meal that will help build the muscles, brains, bones and stamina we need to survive in this challenging world. This is a slow to digest meal that will not leave you hungry after a short period. These complex carbohydrates will feed your body for many hours.

No sugar-high in this Food for Bodies of Steel

Liver and onions—combined with the other basic ingredients will power you through the day. Your body will have plenty of basic nutrients to store for long hours of use.

Ingredients:

  • Liver—whatever kind is available.
  • Onions—I am in favor of the powerful kind like yellow or red—the kind that make your eyes water.
  • Extra virgin olive oil—none of the vegetable, corn oil, canola, peanut oil or other concoctions.
  • Salt, pepper and other spices that you may like.
Don't Overcook the Onions
Notice that we are just getting the liver done as the onions are gently prepared ahead of time.

Preparation:

I like to use an Electrified Skillet—it is more forgiving.Get the Onions Partially Fried First

  • Prepare the liver as you like. I take out the tough parts and cut the liver into bite sized pieces.
  • Add the salt, pepper and other seasonings at this time—directly to the liver.
  • Cut the onions and partially fry them first, at about 3000. Remove and set aside.
  • Reheat the skillet to 400 degrees. Put in the liver and carefully fry about 3 to 5 minutes one side. Turn it over and do the same on that side.
  • Now add the onions back in and cook 3 to 5 minutes.

Don’t over-cook this delicious meal—it can get tough and taste like sawdust.

Liver and Onions are a Power Food for Active People

I bought a pound of liver and cut it into pieces—bite size pieces. I put some onions into my Lifetime electrified skillet and got them done to my satisfaction. (In my awesome brilliance, I had fried some good bacon from Doyle’s market. The bacon grease and onions make me happy.)

  • Now comes the liver. I push the onions to one side and get the liver started. Didn’t take long. Then I mixed the two together and carefully fried the liver. Didn’t take long.

Liver and Onions is One Powerful Meal

Nutritious Snacks for Healthy People

Now I have finger-food for when I need a snack—this will keep in the refrigerator for a week but will not last that long. “He, he, he.” This, for me, is a good low carbohydrate health food.

Make this into a Low Carb, Energy Abundant Meal—for Bodies of Steel

Eat slowly and enjoy this basic food. Add other enticements like raw sauerkraut, pickles, green beans and bell peppers. Oh yea! Don’t forget the garlic, hot peppers and Limburger Cheese. Save the corn and potatoes for fattening the pigs

Give Your Body and Mind a Good Meal—for a body of steel

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