Wild Game and its nutritional benefits

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    Wild Game and its nutritional benefits


    Anyone here like me? I am also a big time hunter and love the nutritional values of wild game. I am mostly a whitetail deer hunter, but also hunt black bear on occasion and eastern wild turkey.. This thread about wild game mainly pertains to deer meat(venison). This stuff has everything we should look for in red meat. Its high in Protein, real low in fat, and has great quantities of the good cholesterol. Here is a quick nutritional value chart.. If I find another Ill post it..

    Venison, 3.5 oz. (99g) (raw)
    Calories: 120
    Protein: 22.9g
    Carbohydrate: 0.0g
    Total Fat: 2.4g
    Fiber: 0.0g
    *Excellent source of: Riboflavin (0.48mg), and Vitamin B12 (6.3mcg)
    *Good source of: Iron (3.4mg), and Zinc (2.1mg)

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    I love deer hunting. I didn't get one this year, but a buddy gave me one. Made 30 or so pounds of venison sausage out of it. Yum
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    Quote Originally Posted by psycho
    This thread about wild game mainly pertains to deer meat(venison).
    I love wild venisson! Wild game is so much tastier then what you can get in a grocery store.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedwolfWV
    I love deer hunting. I didn't get one this year, but a buddy gave me one. Made 30 or so pounds of venison sausage out of it. Yum
    I happened to get 4 does this year.. I was after bucks, but got blood thirsty and took it out on some unsuspecting does.. HEHE...... Ive taken 12 deer over the last 3 years.. 6 in 2004 2 last year and 4 this year..

    Deer is so lean and if cooked right, people compare it to filet mignon or a good slab of beef.
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    Wow.. nice job! I just didn't have enough time to get out hunting much this year. Hopefully next year will be different

    The only thing I added to the venison besides seasonings, was 2 cups of olive oil. I don't like mixing pork in with my venison. I like to taste only the deer!
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    same here... I add more spice in burgers and steaks.. Then alot of ground deer goers to chili... mmmmmmmmmm

    Also got some summer sausage...
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    Interestingly I was researching the supplement carnitine and there was a chart of the quantities of carnitine in different foods and I remember wild game as having the most quantity of carnitine in it.Less fat,more carnitine, wild game is definitely healthier.
  

  
 

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