Often appearing on the culinary scene as pâté, liver can also be prepared steamed or fried with onionsand herbs. The liver of most any animal is packed with vitamin B-12, the highest on the list are: Lamb,
beef, veal, moose, turkey, duck, and goose respectively. Lamb liver provides 85.7μg (1428% RDA) of vitamin B12 per 100g serving, or 72.85μg (230% RDA) in a 3 ounce serving.
#3: Caviar (Fish Eggs)Caviar and fish eggs are most often eaten as a garnish or spread. The eggs of whitefish contain the mostvitamin B-
12 with 56.4μg (940% RDA) per 100g serving. Caviar contains a third of that with 20μg (333%
RDA) of vitamin B12 per
100g serving, 5.6μg (93% RDA) per ounce, and 3.2μg (53% RDA) per tablespoon.Chicken eggs, by comparison, only offer 1.29μg (22% RDA) of vitamin B
12 per 100g serving, or 0.65μg
(11% RDA) per egg.#4: OctopusPopular in Mediterranean, Japanese, and Hawaiian cuisine, octopus is a vitamin b12 rich food. Cooked
octopus provides 36μg of vitamin B
-12 per 100 gram serving accounting for 600% of the RDA. That is
30.6μg (510% RDA) per 3 ounce serving, or 10.2μg (170% RDA)
per ounce. Raw octopus provides about
half as much vitamin b12 with 20μg (333% RDA) per 100 gram serving, 17μg (283% RDA) in a 3 ounceserving, and 5.67μg (94.33% RDA) per ounce.