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lilmosquito | 13:10 Fri 11th Apr 2003 | History
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Has anyone ever heard of the myth that if you place a piece of raw liver beside a glass of milk, the liver will move towards the milk?

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yes, clinging to the milk, heard of that. But is it true?
ive never heard that 1 before
heard that in 1972 :-) didn't believe it then.. but who knows, smoke and fire.. haven't googled it yet..
Before cooking pigs ( or stronger) liver, it's generally soaked for a few mins in milk to get rid of any bitterness, but I can honestly say that I've never yet seen any signs of it breaking into a smooch!
A creeping liver link;
FT132: I cannot say whether or not Garrick Alder's letter [FT129:50] about the milk-loving liver is true, but I have heard of the phenomenon before. About 25 years ago a workmate told me that a liver, bought by his aunt and stored in the fridge, was later found to have crawled from its shelf and wrapped itself around a bottle of milk. When I asked him how this could possibly happen, he told me it must have because the liver was "off". He got quite shirty when my incredulity remained unbudged. Frank A., Wolverhampton, West Midlands. http://troubled-diva.blogspot.com/2003_03_23_troub
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for the creeping liver trail..
I have now.
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