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Outdoor writer and chef Brad Fenson shares why he believes that processing your deer at home is always the better choice. Outdoor, Brad, Process, Chef, Venison, Talk, Writer, Best, Podcasts
#92: PROCESSING YOUR OWN DEER with Brad Fenson | Deer Talk Now Podcast
Outdoor writer and chef Brad Fenson shares why he believes that processing your deer at home is always the better choice.
Break Down a Deer for Travel
Check out this tutorial on how to break down a deer so you can bring it home and finish processing it.
It's lean, delicious, savory and the best part of the hunt. 😋 In this episode of Deer & Deer Hunting TV, Daniel E. Schmidt, Mark Kayser and Brad Fenson share with us their thoughts on the other red meat, venison. Season 18. Episode 5. Red Meat, Meat, Hunt, Lean, Savory, Episode 5
The Other Red Meat | Deer & Deer Hunting TV
It's lean, delicious, savory and the best part of the hunt. 😋 In this episode of Deer & Deer Hunting TV, Daniel E. Schmidt, Mark Kayser and Brad Fenson share with us their thoughts on the other red meat, venison. Season 18. Episode 5.
How to Process a Deer Shoulder
Professional butcher Dan Grossbier shows you how to process a deer shoulder in today's episode of Deer Talk Now. Season 11. Episode 3. 🦌
An Ingenious Way to Remove a Deer Backstrap
You've probably never removed a backstrap like this before! Use these methods to get the backstrap, rib cap and wedge meat. Deer Talk Now. Season 11. Episode 2.
How to Remove and Break Down a Deer Hindquarter
Professional butcher Dan Grossbier removes a deer hindquarter and breaks down each section into what can be used for steaks, roasts and more. Deer Talk Now. Season 11. Episode 1.
Should you age your venison before butchering? If so, how long? Under what conditions? Why might it matter? Let’s explore every aspect of hanging your whitetail before taking knife to meat. White Tail, Need To Know, Aging, Matter, Explore, Knife, Age
Everything You Need to Know About Aging Venison
Should you age your venison before butchering? If so, how long? Under what conditions? Why might it matter? Let’s explore every aspect of hanging your whitetail before taking knife to meat.
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That's Not Blood on Your Plate! | Venison Wisdom
The Cleanest Way to Skin a Deer
In today's Deer Talk Now, we meet up with professional butcher Dan Grossbier who has 40 years of experience under his belt. Watch as he shows the cleanest way to skin a deer. Season 10. Episode 53.
How to Prepare Venison So it Doesn't Taste Gamey
Have you ever heard a someone say they don't like venison? *gasp* They may genuinely not enjoy it, but oftentimes that venison wasn't prepared properly. In this episode, Daniel E. Schmidt describes what to do right after a kill so that your venison tastes great and not gamey! Deer Talk Now. Season 10. Episode 44.
A new test developed by researchers in Minnesota now allows hunters to further determine if their venison is free of the chronic wasting disease prions. Although no scientific research has shown a link between CWD and human disease concerns, some hunters are wary of eating venison from deer in CWD areas. Minnesota, Deer Meat, Disease, Hunters, Scientific, Chronic
New Test Can Determine if CWD is Present in Deer Meat
A new test developed by researchers in Minnesota now allows hunters to further determine if their venison is free of the chronic wasting disease prions. Although no scientific research has shown a link between CWD and human disease concerns, some hunters are wary of eating venison from deer in CWD areas.
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Here's What Causes That Nasty Yellow Fat in a Deer's Body
Have you ever skinned a deer only to discover its meat was covered with a nasty-looking yellowish fat (not the normal ivory-white tallow)? Ever wonder why that happens? Find out.
Deer Processing: Pulled Venison
Brad Fenson is at deer camp cookin' up some quick and easy pulled venison. Throw it in a crockpot and you'll have a delicious meal after a long day in the woods! Deer Camp Butcher Shop. Season 1. Episode 6.
A whitetail’s front leg doesn’t get much respect as a source of prime venison. It’s time to change all of that. Cooking, Cooking Recipes, Foodie, Respect, Change
Foodie Friday: Don't Forget the Front Legs!
A whitetail’s front leg doesn’t get much respect as a source of prime venison. It’s time to change all of that.
It’s got many names around the world, but we call the end result jerky. Here’s the history, science, how-to and tools behind drying meat. Jerky, Meat Jerky, Venison Deer, Game Food
FOODIE FRIDAY: HOW TO DRY VENISON
It’s got many names around the world, but we call the end result jerky. Here’s the history, science, how-to and tools behind drying meat.