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Old 09-07-2012, 11:20 PM   #11
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If you you know how to cook then you can cook any game animal. Just don't over cook it like most tend to do.


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I try to hunt near a creek or river so I can wash the deer as soon as I dress it. Anything with hooves tastes good fried and smothered in gravy. Smothering the meat in a pressure cooker helps to tenderize the meat. If everything from the moment you squeeze the trigger is done right people will say they have never tasted game that was so good.
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there are many cookbooks devoted to cooking wild game. check out Cabela's or Gander Mountain in their book sections. some people like the taste of wild game and some just never acquire a taste for it. one of my favorite ways to use deer meat is my chili recipe. and fried squirrel is something i never tire of.
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hunters-Guide-and-Cookbook-Wild-Game-Fish-Fowl-Reptiles-Signed-Gene-Skramstad-/370643181124

try this book, same author also has a book all about cooking venison


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