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Shelby

'Tis Hunting Time--A smallish blog

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For what it's worth, I have used sous vide on deer meat - it was an old round steak that had been vacuum sealed and forgetten, I think - and it came out delicious despite its inauspicious handling.  Unfortunately I don't remember what I did for time and temperature.  You're so far ahead of me in the SV experience department that you'll do better following your instincts than my guesses.

 

Thank you so much for bringin' us along on this huntin' trip!  Now go enjoy that wine. :)

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I've SV'd venison. I used beef time and temp for venison steaks and tenderloin. It turned out nicely using frozen meat (which takes trichinosis out of play BTW)

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On 12/3/2017 at 11:17 AM, Shelby said:

Lunch

 

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Our hunter makes a mean bloody mary.

 

 

One must drink whilst cutting up deer.

YES!

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