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Old Yesterday, 10:43 AM   #11
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heres a few pics of this years deer take so far, muzzle loading opens dec 9th. ill see if I can add to them...but plenty of venison to work with now...2 very big does and a nice big bodied spike..you cant eat horns and the older bucks dont have as tasty meat on them..
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I love venison.. used to get a bunch from a hunter friend, but haven't had it in years way healthier than anything you'd find in a grocery store..

Looks like you will have plenty to get you through a cold winter
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I hope it lasts longer than that....I want to make a bunch of chilies and stews with all the trim meat...
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That'd be enough for my family for a couple years..

was more figuratively speaking lol
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heres a few pics of this years deer take so far, muzzle loading opens dec 9th. ill see if I can add to them...but plenty of venison to work with now...2 very big does and a nice big bodied spike..you cant eat horns and the older bucks dont have as tasty meat on them..
Nice going brother. I agree does taste more tender.

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You gotta slice the back straps thin into steaks and bread em with flour, egg, buttermilk, black pepper, cajun spice and fry up. Wife uses avocado oil if you don't go with veg oil, healthier option.

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Recent buck taken

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You gotta slice the back straps thin into steaks and bread em with flour, egg, buttermilk, black pepper, cajun spice and fry up. Wife uses avocado oil if you don't go with veg oil, healthier option.

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I dip them in milk or water then into pancake batter and fry in a mix of bacon grease and olive oil or peanut oil, and sliced about 1/4 inch thick.....sweet bites of heaven..lol...
then when you get tired of eating them that way, they go into a cooking pot with some water, onions, mushrooms and anything else you want and let it simmer an hour or so and the pancake batter turns into a gravy, serve with italian or any hard crust bread...
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nice, where was he taken?
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nice, where was he taken?
South Carolina (low country)

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