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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-22-2016, 06:49 AM
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I agree 100%!!

I have had it a number of ways and all where Delicious.

Most ALL game meats need to be trimmed CLEAN. Its not a Angus porterhouse or a pork loin! But flavor wise can be just about as good, just TRIM THAT FAT!

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I have no doubt that prep is important and I will be willing to bet that no glands or fat was removed from the one that I had, it was at a game feed and some old timer brought it in. I think I would have rather eaten a venison roast seasoned with tarsal gland. I've actually been meaning to cook up a coon myself, but haven't gotten around to it...

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Yes improper prep and a crappy cook can spoil plain old water just about.


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Yea and they eat Dogs in Korea. No Thanks give me a good old USDA prime Black Angus steak

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You guys eat some really weird stuff lol.
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Wink Taste like mango Chutney and burnt hair........

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You guys eat some really weird stuff lol.
Red or green?
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"Yea and they eat Dogs in Korea. No Thanks give me a good old USDA prime Black Angus steak"
90 million Asians eat dogs, I recently read where they have slaughter places like we have in the USA for cattle. USDA Prime Black Angus may not be angus at all if you bought it in the super market and hope you don't get sick from listeria because the meat was cut on a dung covered table. Ever wonder where all the Herford cattle go? What about all the other breeds of beef cattle?


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