Canned Deer

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2008/02/14 07:17:46 (permalink)

Canned Deer

anyone every try canned deer meat and is it any good? If you got a good recipe and willing to share it let me know i would like to try to make it

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    S-10
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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/14 08:14:26 (permalink)
    Canned venison is excellent and easy to do although a bit labor intensive. It is also a good way to do the tough old buck.The basics are-- cut the meat into 1" squares (after removing the fat), pack the meat into pint jars, add a teaspoon of salt to the top, seal and cap the jar, pressure cook at 10-15# for 75 min, cool jars, and it's ready to eat. I'am sure others may add an ingredient or two but I don't.
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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/14 10:15:20 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: S-10

     It is also a good way to do the tough old buck.

     
     
    How do you do the tough old buck, S-10? 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    .....   (You deserved that one from the herpes comment. Sorry.)
     
    ha!
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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/14 11:25:58 (permalink)
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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/14 15:34:37 (permalink)
    it is awesome, on top of the salt I add a tsp of pepper and and 1/2 clove of garlic.  You can do it without a pressure cooker by using a regular cold packer and cooking for 3 hours or so...

    Better too far back, than too far forward.
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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/14 15:51:06 (permalink)
    thanks i was just gonna ask if there was a way to do it witout a pressure cooker since i don't have one
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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/14 18:40:01 (permalink)
    how exactly do you cold pack it

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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/14 22:47:44 (permalink)
    I put a small peice of slab bacon on the bottom of the jar and a small sliver of garlic here and their salt and bacon on top...
     
    To eat, make 2 packs of brown or mushroom gravy add the meat and heat it till its hot, pour over noodles!!!
     
    Not much meat in my freezer!!!
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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/15 02:27:54 (permalink)
    I use the regular canning pot with the rack, make sure the jars are sealed and that the water is up over the lids, boil em for 3 hours or so....

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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/15 09:02:24 (permalink)
    How much space from the lid do you use or do you fill it to the top?

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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/15 19:01:47 (permalink)
    You should leave a 1" space between meat and the lid..
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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/15 21:52:13 (permalink)
    i tryed making some today it turned out pretty good i did it with out a pressure cooker but i've been reading some things that say for meat or anythign that is not acidic you should use a pressure cooker because just boiling won't kill everything.  Taste great though
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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/23 20:34:44 (permalink)
    TRY ADDING BEEF BULLION CUBE (CUT DOWN ON SALT AS BULLION IS SALTY) - GIVES BEEF FLAVOR!
     
    CANNED DEER MAKES GOOD GRAVY TOO!
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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/24 19:00:05 (permalink)
    A jar of canned deer meat into the skillet with a little flower water after it gets hot - add some cooked noodles and a little sour cream. Absolutely wonderful!

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    RE: Canned Deer 2008/02/24 21:39:55 (permalink)
    sounds good gonna have to try
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