I am after the anecdote of Australian Aborigines preference for every organ and entrails of an animal over the muscle meat? It may be from Western Price
A two page article written by Dr. Gary Farr
I've read this somewhere - but I read it is because the organ meats "go off" so much faster than muscle meat, so it was just sensible to eat them first as they'd be spoiled by the time the muscle meat had been eaten, if done the other way round.
Thanks guys, I'll have to keep looking.
For relevance here is an amazing article written by Sally Fallon (with lots of references): http://editor.nourishedmagazine.com.au/articles/australian-aborigines-living-off-the-fat-of-the-land
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