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Deer Chips? #8266489 05/15/21 06:46 AM
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Anybody done this? Take a backstrap or hip muscle, slice about a 1/8 inch thick, bread like catfish, fry till it floats, drain on paper towels? Have yet to have any make it to the table. Teen boys and 20's-30's will knock you down, but quickly help you get back into production mode. I mention deer chips and 12 packs start appearing!!

Re: Deer Chips? [Re: brassattack] #8266515 05/15/21 11:02 AM
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Similar to a CFS. Sounds great. food


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Re: Deer Chips? [Re: brassattack] #8266523 05/15/21 11:17 AM
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I’d definitely give it a try but couldn’t do that with blackstrap. Sounds interesting.

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I’ve done it sliced super thin and seasoned with Italian bread crumbs and flash fry.
Different and tasty.

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I've never heard of deer chips before. I do know about cow chips, and I don't think they'd be too tasty.


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Sounds interesting !

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Originally Posted by bagster
I've never heard of deer chips before. I do know about cow chips, and I don't think they'd be too tasty.

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Camp house staple for us. We use crushed Ritz for the breading and eat with pickled jalapenos. Good Stuff!

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