EATING WILD GAME

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EATING WILD GAME

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WHAT WILD GAME HAVE YOU EATEN AND ON A SCALE OF 1 TO 5 (with 1 being the best ) HOW WOULD YOU RATE IT. :) N.N.


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elk is no.1 white tail deer no.2 moose no.3 mule deer no.4 rabbit no.5 there all good if prepared write. i eat a lot of deer though. sausage ,roasts, and love jerky. some of the healthiest meat you can eat .
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I have not tried elk but i hear it is very good! deer #1, moose #2, bear #3. My husband is the hunter here and he got a moose last year but no deer but the year before we got a few deer which was nice but we also fish a ton! So salmon and moose right now are our 2 main meats int he house. Soon chickens though! (i know thats not wild game but im excited lol )

With the moose this year we did a ton of steaks, lots of roasts, ground moose, jerky, sausage and pepperoni. personally the bigger the better. We have a ton of meat! Which is good for our family and I am leery about buying meat from a grocery store. I prefer wild or a butcher.
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I am sure wild game is much healthier for you. They have not been turned into cannibals, eating the brains and spinal cords of their own. Who knows just how many cases of Mad Cow disease really exist?!
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oh its very healthy! its pretty much organic meat and for a lot cheaper!! lol
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Elk, definitely my favorite, next to moose, whitetail. Also, for whomever is interested, porcupine is a great survival meat. Tastes like crap, but can be eaten raw in a survival situation. It is protected species in BC, for that very purpose according to my local BC Park Ranger. I also have lots of recipes for making wild meat more pallitable, for those who dont care for that game flavour. Curing, and smoking wild meat adds variety to the flavour. Later folks.
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Bear, deer, moose,elk,cougar,geese,grouse,duck,squirrel, and most seafood, I really don't have any preference, as long as it's cooked, with a little seasoning, it's all good
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As a kid I ate deer, moose, and partridge, but I don't really remember the taste, although I am sure I would like them now. I have also eaten bison, which I found good, but a bit gristly.
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I have eaten pretty much every kinds of wild game, from big to small, my folks took us to the fish and wildlife dinners for years, but favorites, elk, moose, deer, bear, boo, muskox, bison is a good start..
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I just received a moose roast from my neighbour for keeping an eye on his place while he was away hunting. I have the instructions on how to cook it so it's on the menu for later this week. I've had deer and rabbit - that's it. Looking to broaden my horizons soon!
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