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Duck Giblet Question

rainbowbrown | Nov 24, 2010 05:08 PM

A friend of mine purchased a frozen duck at the Cash n Carry and allowed me to take the giblets. When I opened up the bird, all I found was a plastic packet of mush - almost liquid and light brown. I'm really not sure what it is. Is it normal for the giblets to be broken down like that or could it be fat or something? Any ideas? The packaging said "with giblets," but I didn't find any solid organs like I have in other birds. Thanks!

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