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 Post subject: Deer Liver?
PostPosted: November 29th, 2012, 8:07 am 
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I was just discussing how to cook deer liver with a co worker, and I remembered that I had some deer liver in the freezer. I really enjoy eating beef liver cooked with onions. I was curious if anyone on here has ever eaten deer liver, and what are the differences in the taste opposed to beef liver. Also what are some of your recipes?

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 Post subject: Re: Deer Liver?
PostPosted: November 29th, 2012, 1:40 pm 
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I bet gobama has a good recipe

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I don't eat it but have cooked it many times the typical liver and onion pan fried way. From what I've been told tastes the same.


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Rick618 wrote:
I don't eat it but have cooked it many times the typical liver and onion pan fried way. From what I've been told tastes the same.



There is actually something that you wont eat!!! :shock: :shock:

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I have a friend who I save the livers for. He makes something out of it called "pate". I ain't gonna try it, but he thinks it is great. Looks like mushy potted meat to me. :D


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SHOOTEMCUPPED wrote:
Rick618 wrote:
I don't eat it but have cooked it many times the typical liver and onion pan fried way. From what I've been told tastes the same.



There is actually something that you wont eat!!! :shock: :shock:


Yeah, there are several things. Topping the list in no particular order: meatloaf, scrapple, and snotrocks-or raw oysters. And unlike Jeff I passed on the dogfo....err chili on the grey hotdogs.

Deer heart is good, just muscle.


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PostPosted: November 29th, 2012, 8:41 pm 
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Rick618 wrote:
SHOOTEMCUPPED wrote:
Rick618 wrote:
I don't eat it but have cooked it many times the typical liver and onion pan fried way. From what I've been told tastes the same.



There is actually something that you wont eat!!! :shock: :shock:


Yeah, there are several things. Topping the list in no particular order: meatloaf, scrapple, and snotrocks-or raw oysters. And unlike Jeff I passed on the dogfo....err chili on the grey hotdogs.

Deer heart is good, just muscle.


i was brought up to believe not to eat it. ya cant control what the deer are eating. heart, liver all that stuff i personally wouldn't trust. up to you, if you do proceed and do it, pickle em.

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I have a friend who I save the livers for. He makes something out of it called "pate". I ain't gonna try it, but he thinks it is great. Looks like mushy potted meat to me. :D

Personally I prefer bird livers like duck, chicken, and pheasant. Pork liver is great for pate and little rabbit livers are great in a rabbit pate as well.

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my dog seems to like it :pup


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I save the liver, along with the heart, of every deer I harvest. I will always eat them soon after harvest instead of freezing them. I prepare the liver just as I would either pork or beef liver. Fried with onions and smothered in gravy. The taste of the liver is similar to beef but may be a bit more grainy.
Since deer are not treated for internal parasites, one may well find the liver has liver flukes. Nasty looking critters. They do not hurt the liver and there is no danger to humans as long as the liver is cooked thoroughly.

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