Believe it or not, bison tongue was extremely sought after in the 1800s. During the fur trade days the coat and tongue from the bison were considered the most precious part of the animal. Bison tongue is actually still considered a delicacy today. This is because tongue contains a delightfully healthy fatty acid profile, making it tender and rich in flavour.
For an interesting read on why tongue was so sought after in earlier days check out Loren Cordain's (PhD and founder of the Paleo Diet) blog post—Tongue: A Hunter Gatherer Delicacy.
Other Organ meats are available upon request.
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