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sika and elk #4110180 03/09/13 04:46 AM
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I understand that Sika deer are actually a member of the elk species.

I have tasted Sika and it is delicious, much more than white tail IMO.

I have not tasted elk.

Does it taste like Sika?

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Re: sika and elk [Re: Rmocarsky] #4110473 03/09/13 02:14 PM
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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmELK GOOD chef


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Re: sika and elk [Re: CitySlickerHunter] #4114124 03/11/13 02:36 PM
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Id say they are pretty much all the same and anyone claiming a difference is being influenced by what they were told.


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