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According to the University of Minnesota Extension (emphasis added): What causes the wild or gamey taste in venison? Venison refers to the meat of antlered animals such as deer, moose, elk and caribou. The 'wild' flavor of venison is directly related to what the animal eats. Corn fed deer will have a milder flavor than those that eat acorns or ...


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Cut or slice back-strap into medallions. Season with hot sauce, onion and garlic powder and a couple of beaten eggs. Measurement of season dependent on taste/preferences and amount of meat. Mix together seasoned fish fry, cornmeal or just plain flour. If not using seasoned, then season to taste or diet requirements. Spray baking pan with non-stick or ...


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You can cut it into medallions or leave it whole. This is a very lean piece of meat. You can handle it as a steak and fry it in a skillet. However the middle should be (medium) rare, whatever your steak preference is. I would advice against a slow cooker method, but I haven't tried it. After frying it in the skillet, use the sticky bits to make a wonderful ...



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