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Putting garlic salt on chicken livers without curing in sun ? #14562016 12/11/22 10:24 PM
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Can you put garlic salt on chicken livers without setting them in the sun and if so do I need to drain the blood I'm new to this and I don't want to set them out in the sun because the sell might offend my house mate s

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Re: Putting garlic salt on chicken livers without curing in sun ? [Re: Catfanman] #14562055 12/11/22 11:01 PM
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What says you can't?

I have a small tub of chicken livers, salted. It's been sitting on a shelf for a while. I've been shaking it every now and then. Smelling it too.

It smells like fried chicken livers. How could a catfish possibly resist that?

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