Hi everyone! I am so sorry I haven't been on board for ages. So many things happening. I lost my little Jose` my Chihuahua mix mid March. He was 15 and had developed some neurological symptoms which were rapidly taking a toll on the quality of his life until I had to send him off to Rainbow Bridge. The vet thought it might have been lymph cancer that had gone to his brain. But no tests because it was apparent that there would be no practical recourse. So, I was glad he did have a good, long life and felt it was his time.
So, moving along, I have a question. First of all, never ever forget to label something you can't recognize. (hence, the title of this thread) lol I have beef liver, kidney, pork liver, lung in my freezer. On the bottom is a pull out basket type drawer that I keep all my main stash of things in...where I go for the source of my little packages that I fix up in baggies and then those go in freezer bags. It was time to replenish some organ meat. I was getting low on beef liver and kidney or one of the other organs besides liver. So, I pull out this bag that is obviously an organ meat of some kind but there's nothing written on it. It's the darkest colored organ meat I've ever seen. I held it up to the small packages that I have left of beef liver and this is darker. The same with the kidney. This big bag is something so dark, it's almost black. Lots of blood I guess in it. Now, I have gotten lamb kidney (I think) but don't know for sure what this one is. It is not lung because my bag of lung IS marked. Why oh why did I trust my memory or think I'd know what it was so didn't have to label it? What was I thinking? I label everything else.
So my question is, what is it likely to be? It's not good if I feed only liver or only another organ. Should I just throw everything out and start over...go buy more? It's not that expensive, come to think of it.
I'll forgive you if you're mad at me for not being around and then coming to ask a question. I've just gotten busy with life I guess and chopping up meat. That keeps me very busy. Not sure if I can keep this up forever. My back is killing me from standing on my feet so long.