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Posted: 05-Sep-2008, 12:29 AM
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Just to rich for you.. I am sure when you went to the hosp they did blood work, and if you had something from the meat they would have told you..

Maybe people cant eat wild game, its just to rich and they get very sick
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Posted: 05-Sep-2008, 07:50 AM
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QUOTE (TamiMcLeod @ 05-Sep-2008, 12:29 AM)
Just to rich for you.. I am sure when you went to the hosp they did blood work, and if you had something from the meat they would have told you..

Maybe people cant eat wild game, its just to rich and they get very sick

It may be so, but I'm not sure how it could be too rich in the usual sense, since wild game doesn't eat the amount of grain that domestic-bred animals do, and the fat contentof game is actually less, especially at leaner times of the year. Maybe it's too rich in something else?
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Camac, I am so sorry to hear that.

I am very careful about whose meat I get. Not only do they have to be careful in skinning but also where it is processed.

I am a big animal lover so I was very hesitant to try venison. Venison is very lean and if prepared right very tender. My brother gave me elk to try saying it was so much better, but I liked the venison better.

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Posted: 05-Sep-2008, 09:03 AM
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flora;

Had Moose once tasted like roast beef except stringy. Same with bear didn't much like it. Had a wild turkey for Xmas one year long time ago. While cooking it started smelling really bad. Wrpped it up and took it back to the store couple days later. They sent it to a lab I guess and it turned the bird had cancer.


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Camac, sometimes it is good not to walk in the other persons moccasins!

I'm sorry, I can't stop laughing and I know it wasn't funny to you at the time.

I can't help but think of a time when my husband and I were out hiking and turkey were in the area. They sounded like a tank coming through the dead leaves. Most of them were making the normal sounds, but then all of a sudden we heard this most awlful sound. It is hard to explain. We didn't know what kind of animal it was. It was an old tom turkey but I don't know what happen to him to make such a sound. I would not put him on the dinner table.

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Posted: 05-Sep-2008, 01:07 PM
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It is funny damn bird had cancer and goes out and gets itself shot. Damned if it did damned it it didn't. Maybe it knew and figured the shotgun was faster.


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Poor bird.... rip_1.gif and poor you Camac not very lucky with meat are ya? Better stick with lollipops... naughty.gif

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Posted: 05-Sep-2008, 04:18 PM
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Hi, guys --
This has been a sweet and funny discussion, and I have enjoyed it too -- but I think the Master Chef of this forum likes to keep things focused on recipes and cooks' responses when possible.

Any other game-preparation ideas?


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Oops, so sorry. Will behave. Most of the time.

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Flora;

Question? I have eaten water buffalo a few time is that wid meat? Tasted and looked like tough roast beef.


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QUOTE (flora @ 05-Sep-2008, 04:40 PM)
Oops, so sorry. Will behave. Most of the time.

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Open discussion of food and cooking topics is encouraged...

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Keep it on topic folks and please post in the proper topic.
I know there are many but please search before posting to be sure what you are posting does not already exist.

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Posted: 07-Sep-2008, 12:23 PM
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Shadow:

It seems your last posting was directed soley to me.

Since I have not had much experience with you I am not sure how to take your comment.

Granted I was not discussing recipes but I was talking about game meat. If I have offended you or someone in this forum, please forgive me.

As far as posting for numbers, I am NOT involved with the game, but I was having a conversation.

Something I will think twice about before I consider posting again.

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flora;

I was involved in the conversation also so it is partly directed at me. I guess some people don't have a sense of humour. Im not posting for points either as I have withdrawn from the game. Include my apologies also.

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QUOTE (Camac @ 07-Sep-2008, 09:51 AM)
Flora;

Question? I have eaten water buffalo a few time is that wid meat? Tasted and looked like tough roast beef.


Camac.

It is probably better than a lot of the meat served in VN. The first advice I got there was if it tastes good don't ask what is in it! We were not supposed to eat the local cuisine but most of the troops did.

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Posted: 07-Sep-2008, 06:56 PM
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Where would you have eaten water buffalo, Camac? In southeast Asia as well?

I don't think somehow that those would be considered wild or game meat, since they are domestic work animals, but probably they are lean and "stringy" because they are raised to work and probably carry relatively little fat, and the lean muscle on them is in working condition. Do you remember how it was prepared?
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