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Let's get a cook book made

Postby nobshere » Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:06 am

Have'nt seen too many game prep posts or an organized form of recipes here yet. I'll bet there are some good ones. make your own catsup,mustard ,relish, tips for wild meat cooking that sort of stuff.
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Re: Let's get a cook book made

Postby oldschool » Sat Jun 08, 2013 9:28 am

I think I posted a few for squirrel and snake. Most of the recipes I believe can be found in the food board and the links board.

I like the cookbook idea :)
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Re: Let's get a cook book made

Postby farmgal » Sat Jun 08, 2013 10:16 am

agree, the food, homestead, hunting etc sub- boards have threads on cooking, canning, butchering, curing, smoking, recipes etc
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Re: Let's get a cook book made

Postby nobshere » Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:34 pm

Come hunting season I was gonna post a video on dressing game on the spot .My son can skin and gut out a deer so fast it isnt funny ( kinda scary actually) but if we dedicate just one post for this sort of stuff then its easier to find ( damn theres my OCD kicking in)
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Re: Let's get a cook book made

Postby farmgal » Sat Jun 08, 2013 6:10 pm

Sounds good, I self-butcher out sheep, goats, pigs, lambs, kids, plus the smaller critters on the farm, rabbits, geese, and all the other fowl etc.

It is amazing how fast you can skin out and break down a deer/sheep sized critter once you get good at it.. Look forward to your video..
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Re: Let's get a cook book made

Postby nobshere » Sat Jun 08, 2013 10:05 pm

Thanks farmgal I think I'll also maybe show how to use an air compressor when skinning works slick on sheep ( I used to run 70-80 of them)
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Re: Let's get a cook book made

Postby farmgal » Sat Jun 08, 2013 10:13 pm

very interested, as long as it does not effect the hide in a negative way in regards to working it as a pelt or leather?

on a side but sheep/wool related note, I love being able to make the felted soap, it works great as a way to have a built in cloth, makes the soap last longer etc
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Re: Let's get a cook book made

Postby nobshere » Sat Jun 08, 2013 10:24 pm

No it actually separates the hide from the fat and most of the flank muscles, makes for less work scraping/cleaning. Yes the soap is great if you can, put some oatmeal in it , or a few mint leaves, rose petals, even a slice of apple for aroma orange peel I'm told ( never tried it) helps with the cleaning power, skies the limit wish I could live long enough to do everything LOL
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Re: Let's get a cook book made

Postby lgsbrooks » Mon Jun 10, 2013 3:58 am

I have to tell you....so many of you live a life and know so much more than I even hope to read about...boggles the mind and makes me feel like I haven't got a clue
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Re: Let's get a cook book made

Postby nobshere » Mon Jun 10, 2013 8:57 am

All's it takes is alittle practice, if you have agroup of friends who hunt or raise their own meat just ask to tag along and get your hands in there
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