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Red deer #8166156 02/12/21 04:26 AM
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I shot a free range red deer in November on my dads lease. I specifically went for pigs but ended up connecting with a 240 lb red hind. We got about 70 pounds of meet off of it which me and my dad split. Do you cook it like a normal whitetail or is there any specific recipes or ways to cook it? Any recommendations?

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Originally Posted by Sand_Fly
I shot a free range red deer in November on my dads lease. I specifically went for pigs but ended up connecting with a 240 lb red hind. We got about 70 pounds of meet off of it which me and my dad split. Do you cook it like a normal whitetail or is there any specific recipes or ways to cook it? Any recommendations?

I was given some steaks couple years ago and chicken fried it, was very good.

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Cook it like you would any lean meat, don't overcook it.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Cook it like you would any lean meat, don't overcook it.


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Cook it like you would any other wild game, should be delicious 😋

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Originally Posted by bill oxner
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Cook it like you would any lean meat, don't overcook it.


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A friend gave me some packages of steaks awhile back and they were delicious ! The processor did a good job of tenderizing the meat and it was tender and tasty !

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Cook it like you would any other wild game, should be delicious 😋

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