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Mixing Ground Meat With Venison

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Whether you have a family member who is a hunter or simply have access to venison, mixing it with ground meat makes it go further. This is a guide about mixing ground meat with venison.


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June 23, 2010

In this economy, even those of us that once had solid jobs have found ourselves out of work and needing to visit the local food bank to stretch our food dollars. Here in Missouri, frozen ground venison meat is often offered at food banks via a "share the harvest" program. Here are my thrifty tips for great uses of stretching meals using ground venison.

Enjoy venison!

By Matt Bilardo from Grain Valley, MO

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June 24, 20100 found this helpful
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As most hunters know (from MN) mixing your ground venison with another meat of choice is a staple in the harvesting of deer. One of my son's is a manager of a local grocery, also a meat cutter, so he can quickly filet (butcher) out any hanging deer to the right cuts, scraps, etc with little waste happening.


One thing here, you can get your name on the list for road-killed deer. These are calls that come into the law enforcement immediately following the car/deer issue. For a $5 permit, you take home the fresh kill. Those which don't get takers (middle of the night mostly) they go to area wild life rehabs to use for food. This permit does not hinder your ability to get a license for hunting on your own. You can get as many just road-killed as available when the call goes out.
Deer count was down considerable this last fall for hunters walking the fields. All my guys get their permits for the month of November.

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June 30, 20100 found this helpful
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We only mix our deer with beef or pork when we need to mold it such as burgers or a meatloaf. When making anything else that is is browned and crumbled, we use it like normal ground beef. If there's a sauce, you can't tell the difference!

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June 23, 20100 found this helpful

If you don't like ground pork, turkey or other various meats, I have an answer. We didn't like plain ground pork and we had ground venison. We mixed it. We used equal amounts of the meat. We would start with beef, pork and venison. If we mixed 3 lbs. of each, we had 9 lbs to work with. We would then do a OAMC (Once A Month Cooking) and be ready with quick meals. Of course, we had a name for our meat, phd (pork, hamburger and deer).


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