36:20 The liver contains so much blood that it cannot rendered fit for use by salting. Instead, it must be roasted in fire. Before roasting, it must be sliced thoroughly and the pieces placed on the fire. It should be washed before being placed on the fire. While on the fire, the liver should be salted slightly, then roasted a sufficient amount to be eaten. After removing the liver from the fire, it should be thoroughly washed three times. After that, it may be cooked.
36:21 Liver must be roasted over a fire (i.e., broiled) and not baked in an oven. It should not be wrapped in any kind of paper while being roasted.