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Usually when I make it I either slice and grill it or make stir fry. I'd like to do something else, maybe something of the Mexican variety. It seems that the only Mexican heart recipes I found online are directions for making it kind of like the tongue.
RhombusInTheSquare RhombusInTheSquare 36-40, F 5 Answers Jan 23, 2013 in Health

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one of the organs I dislike to eat on a cow is the heart, but I could give you an excellent Mexican recipe for the brains mmm

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hmm, I would think they would taste kinda fatty. To me the heart has the taste of liver without the awful texture.

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they are, but i like the creamy texture and the taste,

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interesting

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I'm so glad I finished my dinner before I read this..lol.no sorry !...google it ? Check nigella lawson or Jamie Oliver recipes...or Rachael Allen....

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they didn't have any Mexican recipes for beef heart, but thanks anyways. You don't know what your missing by the way...it is yummy meat.

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I don't eat internal organs..one of my dads lambs was half eaten by a fox so I saw all the internal structure of his body while he was lieing on the ground..puke worthy!

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They have nice recipes anyway :)

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I've watched animals being slaughtered and all that...still tasted great after.

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Eewh :/

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I guess eating organs is like hunting. Primative; uncivilized; disgusting. Whenever I see a hunter with a murdered animal I alway ask: "Did it give you much of a fight?" and likewise to those who work in th slaughtering business. Guess what? I'm a leftwing, Commie, Socialist, vegetarian, 99% Occupier, anarchist *****. And I teach Bible School.

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well good for you. I take it you don't have a recipe for cooking a cows heart. LOL

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I usually just eat them like apples

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Would be an awfully big apple....It's like 3 lbs.

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