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Re: West Side vs. East side Bear
« Reply #30 on: July 28, 2020, 06:01:01 AM »
The trick with any game meat is to eat canada goose first.

If cooked properly it is amazing. Most overcook it and in my opinion that drastically changes the flavor and makes it disgusting. Yes I'm off topic I'm talking about goose. Medium to medium rare.

Amazing? Ok send me a recipe. I've had it cooked medium rare and it was just OK. Better than farm goose, I'll give it that.

I mostly get my bear beat done into summer sausage and breakfast sausage.  Burger isn't bad either and I know people who love to do bear hams.  Honestly, you have to be careful how you cook bear which is why I do this.  Eating raw bear can give you trichinosis.  I wouldn't do it.
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Re: West Side vs. East side Bear
« Reply #31 on: July 28, 2020, 06:05:03 AM »
I like to add several different spices to my bear beat.

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Re: West Side vs. East side Bear
« Reply #32 on: July 28, 2020, 07:21:58 AM »
The trick with any game meat is to eat canada goose first.

If cooked properly it is amazing. Most overcook it and in my opinion that drastically changes the flavor and makes it disgusting. Yes I'm off topic I'm talking about goose. Medium to medium rare.

Amazing? Ok send me a recipe. I've had it cooked medium rare and it was just OK. Better than farm goose, I'll give it that.

I mostly get my bear beat done into summer sausage and breakfast sausage.  Burger isn't bad either and I know people who love to do bear hams.  Honestly, you have to be careful how you cook bear which is why I do this.  Eating raw bear can give you trichinosis.  I wouldn't do it.

Oh I was talking about cooking goose medium rare.

I was joking that any game meat tastes great compared to Canada goose.

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Re: West Side vs. East side Bear
« Reply #33 on: July 28, 2020, 07:28:43 AM »
No bears on the East side
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Re: West Side vs. East side Bear
« Reply #34 on: July 28, 2020, 01:04:16 PM »
The trick with any game meat is to eat canada goose first.

If cooked properly it is amazing. Most overcook it and in my opinion that drastically changes the flavor and makes it disgusting. Yes I'm off topic I'm talking about goose. Medium to medium rare.

Amazing? Ok send me a recipe. I've had it cooked medium rare and it was just OK. Better than farm goose, I'll give it that.

I mostly get my bear beat done into summer sausage and breakfast sausage.  Burger isn't bad either and I know people who love to do bear hams.  Honestly, you have to be careful how you cook bear which is why I do this.  Eating raw bear can give you trichinosis.  I wouldn't do it.

Oh I was talking about cooking goose medium rare.

I was joking that any game meat tastes great compared to Canada goose.

You're not really wrong! lol
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Re: West Side vs. East side Bear
« Reply #35 on: July 28, 2020, 01:05:01 PM »
No bears on the East side
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