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maple-cured ground venison bacon

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Edited by TasunkaWitko - 8/12/13 at 3:27pm
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Man it sure looks good from here TW!


This is one I think I will try.


Thank-you for another great post!

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Now the meat looks good and all but how is it bacon. I always like everything you make and it's always a must open when I see you post something new. I tried to make venison bacon one time and let's say it wasn't the best results. I'm glad that it had a good flavor and it is another good way to use venison.

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If your looking for those wood chips, check out  He's got all kinds of wood chips, as shown in your post.  Guys got a lot of things from amateur to professional equipment, various mixes, casings, etc.  Good luck.

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hey, al - it is definitely some good stuff - just be sure to add more maple syrup and some salt to the recipe. if you find an amount that works well, lwt me know and i will modify my recipe!


paul - maybe it's a regional thing - we make a similar product all the time up here with beef, calling it beef bacon. defnitely good stuff and worth a try.


grabber - thanks for the info - i'll check it out!

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Originally Posted by TasunkaWitko View Post

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I am new to this site. I don't see the recipe. Any way I could get it from you? Would be much appreciated
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