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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by bowcraze30, Aug 21, 2007.
whats the freshest venison youve ever eaten
Few hours old maybe ???
You're making me hungry...
Tenderloin right off a freshly killed doe. Less than two hours old.
:rockon: :rockon: bacon wrapped:rockon:
from gutted to grill in about 2 - 3 hours if that? Tenderloins from the button buck i shot. soooooo fricken good
dor me it was a doe maybe 2 hours
2-3 hrs for tenderloins
I am having backstrap for lunch today left overs from last night
I had straps ssooooooo fresh there were still movin while I was cuttin:rockon:
you should probably grill it first gator!
I usually skin and quarter mine, then pack it in ice in ice chests with salt sprinkled on it. I'll drain the bloody water daily and add fresh ice and salt for a couple of days. It takes away some of the gamey taste and chills the meat which makes it easier to cut up.
So, usually the freshest venison I eat is about three days old. :rockon:
2 to 3 hrs old
20 minutes...from gutting to cutting out the 'straps....to throwing them on the grill.........
people think I'm SICK.........cause my mouth WATERS as soon as I start gutting a deer....
THE SMELL....only reminds me of what's next...
I shot a button buck last year that had a few tiny spots left. I had the tender loin on my buddys grill within 2 hours. That was some great meat.
2 hrs after death, but it is really is better if it is aged.
Soon as i can get some in the house after harvesting..We butcher or own and in the freezer it goes so i know i'm getting mine.Had 3 in there but now i'm down to probbly less than one.Fried up a big skilet a couple days ago.I think i'm running late according to the book....i probbly need to eat it a little faster.Hope this season is as good as last.