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#6922826 - 10/16/17 06:40 PM Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat?
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I usually just cut it off but that takes a long time. Just wondering if there was a quicker way to clean the slimy stuff so I can get to grinding quicker. All ideas appreciated.

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#6922835 - 10/16/17 06:50 PM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: crankbait745]
bill oxner Offline
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I think its called silk skin. It's a tough job. Half frozen worked best for me. Same with grinding.
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#6922840 - 10/16/17 06:58 PM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: crankbait745]
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On pieces like backstraps that I cur into 6 inch blocks and boned out separated ham muscles I leave it on until I take it from the freezer then pull it off with the pliers I use that ate made for skinning fish. Leaving it on helps protect the meat while in the freezer also.

It will peel off better one direction than the other.
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#6922883 - 10/16/17 07:41 PM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: crankbait745]
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With a knife.

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#6923028 - 10/16/17 09:34 PM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: crankbait745]
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Way back when I finally arrived at using a fillet knife.

Later, as I grew in knowledge and experience I took the deer to a processor.

At the end of my life when I achieved spiritual enlightenment I ate ribeyes and donated the venison to the hungry,

Learn from my mistakes crank bait and eat beef. cheers
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#6923034 - 10/16/17 09:42 PM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: HOF]
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Originally Posted By: HOF
Way back when I finally arrived at using a fillet knife.

Later, as I grew in knowledge and experience I took the deer to a processor.

At the end of my life when I achieved spiritual enlightenment I ate ribeyes and donated the venison to the hungry,

Learn from my mistakes crank bait and eat beef. cheers


Except for chili.
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#6923046 - 10/16/17 09:48 PM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: bill oxner]
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Originally Posted By: bill oxner
Originally Posted By: HOF
Way back when I finally arrived at using a fillet knife.

Later, as I grew in knowledge and experience I took the deer to a processor.

At the end of my life when I achieved spiritual enlightenment I ate ribeyes and donated the venison to the hungry,

Learn from my mistakes crank bait and eat beef. cheers


Except for chili.


As long as it is made with Wick Fowlers 2 alarm chili we can be friends. grin
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#6923096 - 10/16/17 10:25 PM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: HOF]
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Originally Posted By: HOF
Way back when I finally arrived at using a fillet knife.

Later, as I grew in knowledge and experience I took the deer to a processor.

At the end of my life when I achieved spiritual enlightenment I ate ribeyes and donated the venison to the hungry,

Learn from my mistakes crank bait and eat beef. cheers
Id take venison over beef the majority of the time.
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#6923108 - 10/16/17 10:38 PM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: SapperTitan]
HOF Offline
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Originally Posted By: SapperTitan
Originally Posted By: HOF
Way back when I finally arrived at using a fillet knife.

Later, as I grew in knowledge and experience I took the deer to a processor.

At the end of my life when I achieved spiritual enlightenment I ate ribeyes and donated the venison to the hungry,

Learn from my mistakes crank bait and eat beef. cheers
Id take venison over beef the majority of the time.


You my friend are in denial. 1.5 inch ribeye over charcoal fire cooked to a perfect medium rare, seasoned and rested, man, I've never tasted venison that even comes close.
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#6923122 - 10/16/17 10:54 PM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: crankbait745]
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I use a rapala filet knife and it works extremely well.

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#6923189 - 10/17/17 06:07 AM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: crankbait745]
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#6923225 - 10/17/17 06:45 AM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: HOF]
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Originally Posted By: HOF
Originally Posted By: SapperTitan
Originally Posted By: HOF
Way back when I finally arrived at using a fillet knife.

Later, as I grew in knowledge and experience I took the deer to a processor.

At the end of my life when I achieved spiritual enlightenment I ate ribeyes and donated the venison to the hungry,

Learn from my mistakes crank bait and eat beef. cheers
Id take venison over beef the majority of the time.


You my friend are in denial. 1.5 inch ribeye over charcoal fire cooked to a perfect medium rare, seasoned and rested, man, I've never tasted venison that even comes close.


Plain charcoalhammer You need to at least have some mesquite wood on there for great flavor up I do mine half Mes. 1/2 charcoal up
At camp over an open fire, all mesquite!



Edited by Stub (10/17/17 06:46 AM)
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#6923292 - 10/17/17 07:43 AM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: Stub]
HOF Offline
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Originally Posted By: Stub
Originally Posted By: HOF
Originally Posted By: SapperTitan
Originally Posted By: HOF
Way back when I finally arrived at using a fillet knife.

Later, as I grew in knowledge and experience I took the deer to a processor.

At the end of my life when I achieved spiritual enlightenment I ate ribeyes and donated the venison to the hungry,

Learn from my mistakes crank bait and eat beef. cheers
Id take venison over beef the majority of the time.


You my friend are in denial. 1.5 inch ribeye over charcoal fire cooked to a perfect medium rare, seasoned and rested, man, I've never tasted venison that even comes close.


Plain charcoalhammer You need to at least have some mesquite wood on there for great flavor up I do mine half Mes. 1/2 charcoal up
At camp over an open fire, all mesquite!



I like your style.
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#6923360 - 10/17/17 08:31 AM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: crankbait745]
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Learn to clean catfish the "cut and flip" style with a fillet knife and it turns into a piece of cake, very similar. A very sharp knife makes it even easier.

I prefer to trim chilled meat and grind partially frozen.
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#6923743 - 10/17/17 01:25 PM Re: Easiest way to get sinue off deer meat? [Re: crankbait745]
bill oxner Offline
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I've never had venison links that compared to the ready to eat store bought links.
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