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PostPosted: November 29th, 2007, 4:50 pm 
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Can you make deer jerky the same as beef jerky.

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Absolutely. As venison is much lower in fat content than beef, you need to watch it carefully so as not to over dry it. Otherwise, it's about the same.

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Wow, read the title and flashed back on the last note an ex girlfriend left me! :P


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Thanks guys sorry flyrod about the the dear jerky letter.

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TALLTIMBER wrote:
Thanks guys sorry flyrod about the the dear jerky letter.


Talk about your Natural Born Wit... Much appreciated TT!!!!! :clap:

The trick, in Venison Jerky... pretty hard to mess up, really, due to low fat
as mentioned... is selecting the most appropriate, choice cuts, and

"Cutting it Proper", as it still echoes in my ears.

If you want to ruin the Best Venison, slice it while distracted.

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Hey TT
Experience from my back to basics lifestyle in butchering pork, making sausage and smokehouse days I'd recommend that the venison be frozen for a month or so before making jerky from raw meat. That way any parasites will be killed.

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My wife once googled this, (or moose jerky) and came across a few recipes on a hunting site forum.

There were also some discussions about the edibility of chipmunks and squirrels there as well, but no jerky recipes for these.


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There were also some discussions about the edibility of chipmunks and squirrels there as well, but no jerky recipes for these.

Too small for jerky, no? Better suited to nuggets maybe?

:lol:


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flyrod wrote:
Wow, read the title and flashed back on the last note an ex girlfriend left me! :P


My thoughts entirely!!! :) (But she wasn't quite that nice about it! :cry: )

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PaulBH wrote:
My wife once googled this, (or moose jerky) and came across a few recipes on a hunting site forum.

There were also some discussions about the edibility of chipmunks and squirrels there as well, but no jerky recipes for these.



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flyrod wrote:
Wow, read the title and flashed back on the last note an ex girlfriend left me! :P



Dang it flyguy....I had to read that same post on two different forums!!!!!!!!


Ohhhh the therapy costs!

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