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Old 12-19-2005, 10:16 AM   #11
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I do love Jewish Rye with a good cheese. My favorite also is chopped liver. Oh thats so good. Gotta find me some health conscious chopped liver:)
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...Gotta find me some health conscious chopped liver:)
Good luck to you, pal. If you find some call me before you do anything else.

Organ meat, eggs and chicken fat - a cholesterol trifecta!
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Good luck to you, pal. If you find some call me before you do anything else.

Organ meat, eggs and chicken fat - a cholesterol trifecta!
Yeah I know... sucks huh:)
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Yeah I know... sucks huh:)
I keep in mind that my Doc told me cholesterol problems are 80% heredity and only 20% from the food I eat. So once in a while, I indulge myself.
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Old 12-19-2005, 10:57 AM   #15
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There are some fake chopped liver products on the market. I think they are vegetarian chopped liver. Might be made with beans or something like that. It tasted exactly like chopped liver (well it does to me at least). I can't stand the stuff personally, but the rest of my family loves it and says it tastes just like the real thing.
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I usually get fat free, cholesterol free, sodium free chicken livers. It's really not that hard to find them. All you have to do is buy the whole chicken that comes with the little neck and liver pacage inside and it's free, you only pay for chicken I mean and everything else is free.
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Old 12-19-2005, 11:11 AM   #17
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GB, it doesn't taste like real thing at all, you are kidding your self. Come to my house I'll make real cgoped liver, you'll see the difference right away.
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Old 12-19-2005, 11:16 AM   #18
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I love ham and swiss cheese on rye with mustard and a good kosher dill pickle.
I also make a spread with braunsweiger, cream cheese and sliced olives that is delicious with rye bread.
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Good rye bread (seeds are a must IMO) is one of my greatest food pleasures! There is a serious difference between mass produced rye bread that you get in the supermarket and rye from a good baker. I guess you could say that about any type of bread of course. If you have only had the mass produced stuff then seek out some "real" rye bread from a baker if possible. Go to a deli or bread baker in NY. We were actually just in Florida and went to a deli there. This deli is known for their rye bread. The have signs like "Home of the famous rye" etc. When you sit down they bring you a hot loaf. I was skeptical at first because I have had some great rye in my time, but my grandparents assured me it was even better than the stuff they used to get in NY. They were right. The bread was so soft and melted in your mouth. the crust was perfect. It was heaven!

Don't get me wrong. I love the mass produced kind too. it makes some of the best toast you will ever taste. Toast it to a dark golden brown and load on the butter. MMMMMM
GB! i got that bread form a jewish bakery that is just around the corner from where i live,well i havent tasted other rye breads,but i can tell u that it was delicious,but ofcourse i cant compare unless i have some from other bakeries too...
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IMHO the secret to a good Jewish Rye (or any Rye realy) is a good solid thick crust.

Oh... Andy... Ah.... don't know man. I just walked out of a hospital from a heart operation. There was a whole flu of doctors who just told me your numbers are reversed. Going to cardiac rehab in about 3 weeks so I'll have more then though. So far they have told me that cardiac problems are generally life style problems. I am reading a great book called "Don't eat your heart out" if you are interested:)
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