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| <div style="font-size:110%;">Come every February, grocery store aisles bloom with heart-shaped boxes and other Valentine’s Day-themed ephemera. However, little is made out of the fact that hearts, the kind found pumping blood through livestock, are also a staple in many diets. So why not eat hearts on Valentine’s Day?</div>
 
   
   
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| <div style="font-size:110%;">Come every February, grocery store aisles bloom with heart-shaped boxes and other Valentine’s Day-themed ephemera. However, little is made out of the fact that hearts, the kind found pumping blood through livestock, are also a staple in many diets. So why not eat hearts on Valentine’s Day?</div>
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How to Eat a Heart on Valentine's Day


Come every February, grocery store aisles bloom with heart-shaped boxes and other Valentine’s Day-themed ephemera. However, little is made out of the fact that hearts, the kind found pumping blood through livestock, are also a staple in many diets. So why not eat hearts on Valentine’s Day?

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