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In a bowl, mince together meat, liver and fat until they form pea-size pieces. In a separate dish, combine minced meat, rice and cilantro. Submerge the bag, bring water to a boil and simmer for three to four hours, occasionally rotating the bag.
/115g liver 1 cup beef or mutton fat or 1/4 cup vegetable oil 4 bunches cilantro, finely chopped 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper salt 1. Extract air and tie the bag with a six- or eight-ply rope, making sure the opening is sealed tightly. The muslin bag can be substituted with a plastic cooking bag. Using a dutch oven, heat 5-6 quarts (4.75-5.75 L) of water to 105-125ºF.
There is a line used by philanthropist Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz in a Mishpacha Magazine article (available in PDF) that I think accurately describes what is going on with Shiduchim in the Charedi world: There is no Shidduch crisis. I should make clear at the outset, that none of this applies to the Chasidic world. And the Modern Orthodox world has an entirely different set of problems. That figure was considered optimistic y another Shadchan that R’ Shlomo spoke to.
R’ Shlomo describes the pain he sees in the faces of young women who approach him to ask if he knows anyone for them that are ‘their type’. One experienced Shadchan R’ Shlomo quoted suggested that a young Charedi young woman over the age of 25 has less than a 15% chance of ever getting married.