Apparently, I can't find beef offal/liver/bones from grass-fed animals in my town. I also can't seem to find "normal" grain-fed pieces of these specific cuts in my local supermarket. The only place where I can get such cuts is on my local Chinese super-market, which has even lower quality meat than in most popular supermarket chains (super-cheap, and their chicken is always somewhat discolored -- kinda scary shopping there). See, there are two qualities of grain-fed meat: the bad, and the worst. And when it comes to offal, I can only find the worst kind.
So what should I do? Should I continue buying these low-quality-looking beef bones/livers/hearts, or should I scrap them altogether? Are the "good" parts of such food overpower the badness, or the badness overpowers the goodness?
EDIT: I live in the Bay Area (not in SF), but I don't drive. So I buy stuff from places close to my house & town (either by foot, or local bus).
I'd be surprised if you couldn't at least get a market to order you some organs from their meat supplier. Assuming that this doesn't pan out, it would be worthwhile to eat liver from any source so long as it isn't actually tainted.
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