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    Hunting Season ~ Venison and Wild Meats

    Sat Sep 29, 2012 8:40 pm
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    Hunting ~ Venison and Wild Meat
    It's hunting season in large swathes of North America. Many hunters are able to provide an economical, nutritious protein source for their family while enjoying a recreational activity.

    Venison offers variety and an unusual flavor to the fall and winter table. When handled properly it can make an excellent meat. It can be refrigerated or frozen as meat cuts or sausage. It can also be preserved by canning, curing, or drying.

    Sun Sep 30, 2012 7:45 am
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    Thank you, Molly! I think our hunting season closes today.

    I used venison quite often during the winter -- a healthy, fully organic product (straight off the veld!)

    Two nights ago made Springbok (or maybe it was Impala) tenderloin again -- great.

    I'll definitely look in.
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