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Tips for Cooking with Wild Game Liver, Plus a Recipe for Dirty Rice with Duck Liver

Photo by Jamie Carlson Dirty rice with duck liver and habanero pepper. Some people enjoy liver, some people don’t, and some people believe it isn’t fit for human consumption and only feed it to their dog. I know that not everybody shares my opinion on how good liver can be, so I’ve been running around for the last six years telling anyone who will listen that all wild game—including the organs—is delicious.
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