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Celebrate Valentine's Day by eating an actual heart (seriously)

An ode to organ meats
Beef heart

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Look at all that flavorful fat.

Most aphrodisiacs don’t work. But you know what does bump up your lover’s libido? Demonstrating your burning passion by showing how much you care about their nutrition. Feed them a heart to fuel their love.

Eating a heart might sound gross, especially if you’re picturing a bloody sacrifice a la Game of Thrones

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