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        02-21-2013, 11:46 PM
      #61
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    Originally Posted by demonwolfmoon    
    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....
    LOL
    That would probably get to me, too.
    I'm a horrible eater and inspect every bite before it goes in so that wouldn't happen to me but I did get a not fulled cooked chicken burger from Wendy's once. Never eat there again.
         
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        02-21-2013, 11:48 PM
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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 did try it. I found it too dry and texture...gross.
    Although it is crazy good for you. Figures why it's not the best tasting. :p
         
        02-21-2013, 11:51 PM
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    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    I did try it. I found it too dry and texture...gross.
    Although it is crazy good for you. Figures why it's not the best tasting. :p
    Problem was is the buffalo you tried wasn't tenderized fully first....best way to do that is by booting your burger or steak first
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        02-21-2013, 11:54 PM
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    Originally Posted by Muppetgirl    
    Problem was is the buffalo you tried wasn't tenderized fully first....best way to do that is by booting your burger or steak first
    Bahaha!!!
    I bet that was it! I'll have to have a talk with that farmer... I'll get some city folk out to go buffalo kicking.
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        02-21-2013, 11:57 PM
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    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    Bahaha!!!
    I bet that was it! I'll have to have a talk with that farmer... I'll get some city folk out to go buffalo kicking.
    Wonder if that would work like cow tipping? You could tenderize a whole side by just sneaking up in the middle of the night and giving them a swift boot
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        02-22-2013, 12:05 AM
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    Originally Posted by Muppetgirl    
    Wonder if that would work like cow tipping? You could tenderize a whole side by just sneaking up in the middle of the night and giving them a swift boot
    There's some buffalo not too far from Tiff's place... I guess we can find out in June!
    But, I'm having leg pains (right where they put the bottom pins in, I think my leg is falling apart!) so it looks it'll just be you in there. But I'll cheer you on!
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        02-22-2013, 01:16 AM
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    This just seemed to fit...LOL
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        02-22-2013, 09:52 AM
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    I have shot two bull moose and a buffalo, along with deer, elk. I absolutely love the buffalo, it was tender and tasted wonderful. Course they all make wonderful jerky.
    I can't stomach antelope though, cooked or jerked. Tastes like dirt.. UGH......
         
        02-22-2013, 10:56 PM
      #69
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    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    LOL
    That would probably get to me, too.
    I'm a horrible eater and inspect every bite before it goes in so that wouldn't happen to me but I did get a not fulled cooked chicken burger from Wendy's once. Never eat there again.
    I never eat at wendy's... My best friends family ate there for supper and all got food poisening and my mother went there for lunch and got a completely raw hamburger....
         
        02-23-2013, 09:02 AM
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    We have eaten bison for about 10 years now. We prefer it to beef or pork or chicken. We love it. The steaks are so tender they cut with a fork. We have the round steaks and sirloin tips tenderized. We have the shoulders made into chile meat, stew meat and hamburger.

    It is very low in cholesterol and sodium (bison rarely touch a salt block). We raise it so we know it is all natural. Did I mention we love it.

    My son (husband and son are both Chickasaw Tribal members) has a bumper sticker on his truck that reads "Vegetarian -- Chickasaw word for 'lousy hunter'!"

    When I lived in the Colorado mountains, I put an elk in the freezer every year. Loved it, too. Mule deer -- not so much where I lived. The mule deer and antelope always had a 'sagebrush' taste because they eat it in western Colorado.

    The main reason most people do not like game meat like moose and elk is because it is handled poorly, not bled thoroughly or quickly enough and not cooled out quickly enough. If they are gut-shot, they are inedible in my book. Game meat is no better than its handling. I tried bear meat once and even my dog would not eat it. I won't eat anything my dog won't eat.
         

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