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Prepared organs are edible butchering products. They can be cooked into prepared meals or eaten as is. Obviously enough, they are listed on the stocks menu under meat. Much like with meat, the amount of and distribution of prepared organs you will receive from a butchered creature depends on the size of the creature, both in relative terms (size relative to its species) and absolute ones (size, period).
The organs produced depend on the type of animal as given in the raws. Mutilated corpses will yield fewer organs depending upon what parts of the corpse are missing; if those parts can be found, they can be butchered as well.
All prepared organs have a base value of two. They are:
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Contrary to what was once believed, most organisms will actually produce two whole pairs of lungs when butchered. How four lungs fit in one tiny dwarf body is a mystery only Armok knows.
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