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Aoudad taste ? #7761229 03/02/20 07:29 PM
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What’s it taste like? Good in sausage ??

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Shoot 'em when young, as in very young. Wipe off the placenta and process.

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Originally Posted by Hudbone
Shoot 'em when young, as in very young. Wipe off the placenta and process.



roflmao up

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Originally Posted by Hudbone
Shoot 'em when young, as in very young. Wipe off the placenta and process.


haha wow

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Have you ever eaten a boot? Its kinda like eating a boot.


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Re: Aoudad taste ? [Re: Thekitch] #7761275 03/02/20 08:21 PM
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It's good. We shoot a couple every year and I've never been disappointed. Process it like you would a whitetail. It makes good hamburger, backstrap steaks, sausage, etc.


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Re: Aoudad taste ? [Re: Thekitch] #7761281 03/02/20 08:29 PM
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I'd rather cook javelina

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I've only eaten it as tamales. No idea what they did to it but it was pretty good

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Killed a 2-3 YO ewe about 5 years ago and had it processed in pan sausage - 80/20. It was good. Same weekend my buddy smoked one for 20 hours or so - damn fine tasting as well.

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I had some last night. After all day in the Crock-Pot, a front shoulder roast made great enchilada filling. Really enjoyed it. Tried steaks once and the flavor was fine, but it was very tough. Flavorful meat, kinda like very lean lamb, I guess. I'd shoot one for meat.

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Made sausage out of one that was pretty good



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Originally Posted by Hudbone
I'd rather cook javelina


My dad did that once, he threw the pot away he cooked it in too...

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We couldn't come up with a way to cook it that we liked.
So we made jerky from what was left, good stuff.


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Re: Aoudad taste ? [Re: Thekitch] #7761564 03/03/20 02:15 AM
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Thanks for all the feedback fellas

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They make decent sausage and the tenderloins aren't too bad on the grill. They are better than Mountain Goat but nowhere near as good as Bighorn Sheep.


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My opinion may be biased as the ones we tried to eat were mature rams. After I had skinned and gutted them and deboned about 1/2 of 1 we decided to cook some and eat it. Chicken fried some backstrap. Tenderized it wasn't bad tuff at all, but it had a taste that I didn't care for. It was edible no doubt, but I would never choose to eat it. We dumped the rest of both of them for the buzzards... and don't take that lightly im not one to waste.


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I had some that had been dry aged for, I think, about a week or two. It was as good as anything, in fact everyone preferred it to the elk that was also being served. No one could believe it was from a mature ram that stunk to high heaven when it was being cleaned. Like so many other things, rutting bucks, mule deer, pronghorn, that gets a bad culinary name, its the field care and care in the processing that often, not always, determines the quality.


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