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Wild Game Recipes – Cooking Alligator To Woodchuck

Wild Game Recipes – Cooking Alligator To Woodchuck

Wild Game Recipes - Cooking Alligator To Woodchuck

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The term ‘game’ applies to wild animals and birds that are hunted and eaten. It also includes birds and animals once caught in the wild that are now raised domestically.Wild game’s generally more flavorsome than farmed meat, and may be a little tougher, depending on the age of the animal.

To counteract the toughness, it’s ‘hung’ after shooting to help tenderize the meat and encourage the development of ‘gamey’ flavours. The longer meat is hung, the more pronounced the flavor will become, but hanging periods usually range from two days (for rabbit) to up to 12 days. Check out this article today and see what you could be cooking up this weekend :)…

Wild Game Recipes – Cooking Alligator To Woodchuck

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