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Posted 08 July 2012 - 03:40 PM
Exactly, to the tee, What Doug said.
If you did not get it gutted and skinned right after shooting it then it will be more gamey. Also how was it transported?? Where the sun/heat can get to it. I always let mine cool and if it is hot outside wrap it in several old sleeping bags to transport. If I have far to go I put dry ice wrapped in carboard in it and around it before wrapping.Now to try and deal with your problem. When you prep it for cooking first cut and toss all fat and any bones. The area around the bones will have stronger flavor if left in. Then put it into a baking dish and cover it with milk. Weight it down with a plate so all the meat is under. Put in refrig for 24+ hours. Then take out rinse and use whatever marinade you choose. Then cook but do not overcook.
Posted 08 July 2012 - 05:39 PM
Posted 08 July 2012 - 06:18 PM
I killed a hiefer(beef) one time while trying to load her in a trailer, after I had ran her and roped her. We butchered her as not to waste the meat. Lol it was terrible, but my cowdogs loved it. Ed
Adrenalin is not a good meat marinade
Posted 28 August 2012 - 03:55 AM
White wine has acid which will break down the tissue and make it tender. Acid will also help with mellowing the taste. Red wine will do the same with a different flavor. The classic red wine marinated pepper steak recipe will mellow and mask some of the gameyness. Lemon or other citrus will do the same. Careful with marinades with acids...they will make mush out of your venison if left too long in too strong a solution. Find some recipes with marinades using wine or citrus. Strong flavors of garlic and onion also compliment the gamey flavor. Soy sauce and a red wine, onion and garlic marinade is a classic.
Posted 28 August 2012 - 08:27 AM
It works especially well on shark also.
Posted 30 August 2012 - 09:34 PM
She was right too. I actually like jackrabbit now instead of using them for bear bait
Posted 19 October 2012 - 03:21 PM
Have eaten bucks from the sage country(northeastern Calif.,Colo, and Mont.), Sierra foothills and the coast range, also from the Sutter Buttes. I believe deer taste different from different areas.
my grandpa always said this himself
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