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- Publication Date: February 16, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BN2JP78
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25 Placenta Recipes - Easy and Delicious recipes for cooking with placenta! Kindle Edition
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The problem with placentas nowadays is that most of us don't really know what kind of placentas we're getting. Were the mothers grain-fed? Vegetarian? Meat eaters? Did they sneak a couple of sips of wine or a cigarette when nobody was looking? Did the moms dye their hair once or twice? Use rubber gloves when cleaning? It's impossible to know because none of the placentas have fda oversight. Organic? Probably not.
While I was disappointed there were no vegan options, I was delighted with the Placenta Tartare. Overnight marinading would have improved the texture but the finished creation was culinary genius!
Waiting time: 9 months
Cooking time: no time at all if you prefer Placenta Sashimi. Unfortunately, that recipe is not included in this book.
Cleanup time: 18 to 25 years.
I'll have the deli rotisserie chicken instead, thanks.
I’m a 37 yr old man who never thought he’d have kids. Then one day I got a phone call, the lady friend I had been seeing from the bus station said she was pregnant and she was five-thirds sure it was mine. I was pretty stoked! I mean those are good odds. So I invited her to live in my crawlsp…..basement and we started a life together.
I introduced her to my family doctor DR. Urjento Kare M.D. and I bought a sonar set from an electronics store to do ultrasounds with. It was awesome. I watched her get bigger and more lovely every day. We went to llamas class when it got close to time and I learned about the placentars and the bags of water and so on. Someone mentioned that you can eat these things. I thought what a way to get closer to my baby and my sweetheart so I ordered this book 25 Placenta Recipes - Easy and Delicious recipes for cooking with placenta! [Kindle Edition] and I was off to the races.
When she was about 4 weeks out I started gathering spices. Garlic, peppers, salt, etc.
Then the big day came.
I was able to save it and take it home and have all of these dishes ready for her and baby.
My first attempt was spareribs with a placenta glaze, then placenta muffins, and my favorite placenta polenta. The best was the bonus recipe Umbillicalwurst. It was babytoberfest all day long.
Unfortuneatlly I was only able to get about 4 recipes out before I ran out so I have to knock her up again. Maybe I’ll give her fertility drugs so she can have twins or octoplets and we can have more placentars!
5 stars for this awesome book. I hope you read it and have a wonderful and happy life knowing what your baby’s birth sack tastes like.
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You can improve on these recipes by using home grown vegetables and herbs.Read more