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        02-21-2013, 05:18 PM
      #51
    Banned
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    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    What?!
    You're crazy!

    Moose jerky is absolutely to DIE FOR!
    I'd have to boot it in the head first!
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        02-21-2013, 05:18 PM
      #52
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by Speed Racer    
    Yep, if you're craving red meat, you're probably lacking in iron and other nutrients.
    I'm opposite. My doctor kept me in Iron pills for almost two months after my surgery and I still will rather eat white meat over red meat.
    Unless it's jerky.
         
        02-21-2013, 05:19 PM
      #53
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by Muppetgirl    
    I'd have to boot it in the head first!
    LMAO
    We'll let you skin it, then you can play soccer with the head.
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        02-21-2013, 05:40 PM
      #54
    Yearling
    Have you guys tried buffalo? I think it taste more like moose, but I prefer a rare cow or elk! But I agree buying meat at the store sucks! Its so watery and tasteless.
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        02-21-2013, 06:02 PM
      #55
    Foal
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        02-21-2013, 06:15 PM
      #56
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    Originally Posted by travlingypsy    
    Have you guys tried buffalo? I think it taste more like moose, but I prefer a rare cow or elk! But I agree buying meat at the store sucks! Its so watery and tasteless.
    I love buffalo! Buffalo burgers! Add melted Camembert cheese and pickled beets (beetroot in NZ!) to die for;).......mmmmmmmm meat!
         
        02-21-2013, 06:48 PM
      #57
    Trained
    Huge Buffalo fan also-especially since one of my horsey friends raises them! I think her herd is about 200 at the moment......

    There really isn't much I won't try......traveling with the DH on business in Europe we have been known to be served Mother goose and all her characters in one meal! Literally.(Goose liver, Rabbit, Seared Antelope followed by a quail egg was interesting.......I actually liked the Antelope-I don't do eggs, unless they are heavily disguised. I didn't order it, it was ordered for me. But, with enough good wine-anything will go down.
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        02-21-2013, 06:50 PM
      #58
    Showing
    Beefalo is rather good, too. It's leaner than regular beef and has a more pronounced beefy taste.
         
        02-21-2013, 06:59 PM
      #59
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    I'm opposite. My doctor kept me in Iron pills for almost two months after my surgery and I still will rather eat white meat over red meat.
    Unless it's jerky.
    A couple of years ago my husband fed me some undercooked breaded chicken while I was studying. I was eating without paying attention and I realized it tasted funny and looked at it. I almost died when I saw it was pink the whole way through. Couldn't get the taste out of my mouth.

    A few months after that (maybe more) we did a lab experiment involving the decomposition of chicken in different environments. We covered ours in aquarium soil and kept it damp. Every time we went near it, I dry heaved.

    Me and poultry have been in disagreement ever since.

    If I'm going to eat meat, it may as well be real MEAT lol

    ETS: I love buffalo burgers. I used to fantasize about one day owning a herd....
         
        02-21-2013, 08:38 PM
      #60
    Showing
    I agree with Cat. You don't know the horse's medical history and try as we may, the time comes when putting the horse down is more humane than keeping it alive. There are laws about burying livestock. The uppermost part of the body has to be 4' below the surface to prevent wildlife or dogs digging and ingesting some of the drugs that remain in the animals body. Many people seem to make light of a troublesome subject as a means to deal with it.
         

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