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What to do with deer liver? [Jan. 26th, 2009|08:07 pm]
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After helping out a friend with some plumbing, I ended up with some venison. I have plans for most of it (there's a venison stew on the horizon, I'm thawing out the chicken feet and stock bones now along with some venison bones and stew meat) but I'm just not sure what to do with Bambi's liver.

I'm not a great fan of just plain liver, and as I didn't see the deer or its liver before death and freezing I'd prefer to cook it in the process, but I'm just not getting inspired by my own ideas for cooking it and thought I'd check with my friends.

So, any ideas?


[User Picture]From: perspicuity
2009-01-27 03:05 am (UTC)
i'm reading a great book on how to process deerskin into buckskin... good stuff. brains!....

liver? chuck it. kidneys? chuck it. i wouldn't eat wild filters. no idea what crappy shit they've been processing. mmmm, heavy metals?

same for neurons. chuck'em unless you're making brain tan, and even then, eww, prions? ewww. definitely mark the boiling container "prion pot". eww :)

otherwise, num num.

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