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thelesserword 2 months ago

Say, I got my hand on some liver meat. Do I just eat it out of the bag or is there a proper way of preparing it?

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literaturegirl 2 months ago

The classic way to eat it is fried in butter with onions, but since I don't like onions I just eat it alone, fried in pure butter. Lamb liver is what I usually have. The taste will never be amazing, and you'll notice a bit of a gritty texture, especially if it's more well-done. Really, though, it's not as bad as people say it is. It just tastes like slightly old meat, in my opinion.

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literaturegirl 2 months ago

If you don't like eating it as is, you can also always opt for pate or mix it in with some other meat. The only reservation you should have is that you don't need to eat more than one serving a week or so, due to potential vitamin A toxicity if you overeat it somehow. (That is unlikely, but nonetheless.)

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oddduck 2 months ago

I highly reccomend dirty rice: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/276821/dirty-dirty-rice/ I have only tried it with chicken liver, but I think it ought to work with any sort.

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I love the style of your site; it's wonderfully simple and endearing. I look forward to seeing more of your updates in the future.
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thanks for the follow, love your website so far :D
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literaturegirl 2 months ago

Likewise! I love your focus on philosophy. Always happy to find sites that even dabble in the topic, nevermind devote themselves to it fully. I have also found that the more I 'dabble' in reading and studying philosophy the more I realise it's not something that's exactly possible to only dabble in. And so the slippery slope goes. :^)

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i love your website content it makes me feel so inspired <3
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kopise 1 month ago

:3 as it should

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capstasher 2 months ago

Rare LG website update moment

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literaturegirl 2 months ago

it was either this or a blue moon

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capstasher 2 months ago

I'm serious! When the Ted K. Reading Room episode goes up I want you THERE on the podcast

literaturegirl 2 months ago

anything for ted

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capstasher 2 months ago

(btw chat, we're starting a podcast, it's happening. capstasher's Book Club (cBC), it's happening, it's unavoidable)

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capstasher 2 months ago

Also that's literally me in the picture, how dare you leak that? I trusted you

literaturegirl 2 months ago

the world needs to see your beautiful face, ryan

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literaturegirl 2 months ago

i can just tell you drive from the way you carry yourself...

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It seems you are progressing well with the coloured pencils. We would suggest experimenting with pastel pencils, they can be more forgiving and gestural and blend in a way which is not possible with coloured pencil. Water soluble graphite with a brush is also recommended for fur. Universe be with U
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literaturegirl 2 months ago

I do have some water soluble graphite pencils lying around, actually, so may try this out soon. I think I have coloured pastels somewhere, but no pencils, but the next time I'm in an art store will keep an eye out for these. Thank you. :]

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vegacollective 2 months ago

Try pastel pencils if you can find them, they tend to be more chalky and you can sharpen them to get precision where necessary.

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Started looking at your website because of your comment to Cap and your post about veiling is really interesting! I have a Presby friend who also veils and that was my first time coming across the practice. All that to say - you seem really neat! ^-^ Would you be interested in joining my Webring?
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literaturegirl 2 months ago

Thank you for your kind words. Yes, I would be; cap was already encouraging me to! Send me an email if there's anything in particular you'd like to say, or feel free to reply back here.

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flying-with-quills 2 months ago

There's nothing I'd especially like to say rn, just thank you for your interest! :)) I'll be taking some time to read through all your articles ^^

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literaturegirl 2 months ago

Thank you, lovely. :]

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literaturegirl 2 months ago

I'm just glad goblin dog is finally complete...

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I love the headscarf you made! It's a lovely fabric.
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lars-sabia 3 months ago

thank you :) It's actually from an old pillow cover I found

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