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Cookbook | Index of Ingredients | Basic foodstuffs | Meat and poultry | Organ Meat

left one is womb-side up
right one is baby-side up
a slice, baby-side up

Placenta is an organ meat expelled soon after a birth. Placenta has a springy texture similar to the heart, but more sponge-like.

Whilst Human placenta has a taste akin to a mild liver, many beef recipes work well with human placenta. A human placenta typically weighs 1/6 of the baby's weight.

To prepare placenta, cut the membranes away with a sharp knife. Wash if desired. Treat the placenta as you would any other meat.

Warning[edit | edit source]

Uncooked human placenta can transmit diseases.

Recipes featuring placenta include[edit | edit source]