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Do you eat old venison? #8231897 04/10/21 02:43 PM
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Found this in the back of the freezer. I wrap tight in Saranwrap first then freezer paper. Cook it or cut-up for dog? confused2
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Re: Do you eat old venison? [Re: pertnear] #8231902 04/10/21 02:50 PM
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Re: Do you eat old venison? [Re: pertnear] #8231914 04/10/21 03:05 PM
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That’s old, but if you wrapped it well it may be just fine.

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Maybe grind it for chili.


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Re: Do you eat old venison? [Re: Erny] #8231955 04/10/21 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Erny
That’s old, but if you wrapped it well it may be just fine.


Any visible evidence of freezer burn? If not it is probably still good. Cut off a small piece of it and cook, if it is good you are good to go, if not dog food


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Re: Do you eat old venison? [Re: pertnear] #8231964 04/10/21 04:11 PM
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If it’s not freezer burnt it will be fine to eat.

Re: Do you eat old venison? [Re: skinnerback] #8231970 04/10/21 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted by skinnerback
If it’s not freezer burnt it will be fine to eat.

Re: Do you eat old venison? [Re: pertnear] #8231995 04/10/21 04:32 PM
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I love dogs so I’ll vote to give him a nice treat

Re: Do you eat old venison? [Re: Biscuit] #8232096 04/10/21 07:16 PM
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Dogs gotta eat too...

Re: Do you eat old venison? [Re: pertnear] #8232201 04/10/21 10:15 PM
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Make chili with it if not freezer burnt !

Re: Do you eat old venison? [Re: pertnear] #8232224 04/10/21 10:43 PM
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As stated, if no freezer burn it is ok.

Re: Do you eat old venison? [Re: pertnear] #8232283 04/10/21 11:51 PM
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Yes, there is no such thing as "old". Just good or bad. Some stuff lasts 6 months, some is 2-3 years. If vacuum-sealed or wrapped tightly and frozen solid, it is still good.

If freezer burned, no good for anything or anybody. I love our pets more than that, if I wouldn't eat it, why should they!

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I’ve eaten older.

Smell it once it thaws, cube it up for some stew.

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That's why I use a seal-o-meal, vacuum pack it doesn't get old.

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Originally Posted by Blank
Yes, there is no such thing as "old". Just good or bad. Some stuff lasts 6 months, some is 2-3 years. If vacuum-sealed or wrapped tightly and frozen solid, it is still good.

If freezer burned, no good for anything or anybody. I love our pets more than that, if I wouldn't eat it, why should they!

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A friend pf mine worked in cold storage at Dyess AFB, this is where the meat comes in for the mess halls. Every once in a while he would tell stories about the ships of meat that arrived that was years old. The inspectors were USAF Veterinarians, they would okay it. I lived here by Dyess for over 50 years, never heard of an Airman dying from a bad meal at the mess halls.


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