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Unread 12-07-2010, 01:23 PM   #1
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Default Venison..but not smoked

Not sure if anyone would be interested in this.. maybe a few of you that hunt.
This is some of the deer from rifle season this year. I've been busy processing the meat.

I've cleaned the backstraps, wrapped some whole for later, cut steaks, made burger and roasts... and canned some.



for canning I place the raw cubed venison into jars, add a mixture of beef bouillon, onion powder and seasoned salt. then top with sliced onion and a clove of garlic.



the meat makes it's own broth while in the pressure canner.





I load the pressure canner and process the venison at 12lbs of pressure for 75 minutes (pints). This is different for every location, you need to check your own pressure canning guide for altitude adjustments.





The meat stores on the shelf, it's an easy 'heat n eat" meal and great over smooshed potatoes.



Just one more option for this year's venison harvest...

Thanks for looking!



Adding link to canning chicken for anyone who's interested... http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/...-hen-herd.html
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That's really cool. Sounds very convenient and good!
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That almost, ALLmost I say, makes me want to take up hunting. I, however love my feet too much.
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That's really neat. I've never canned meat before (proly 'cause I don't have a pressure canner). What's the shelf-life on those?
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That almost, ALLmost I say, makes me want to take up hunting. I, however love my feet too much.
Then you should go hunting with Jeanie, I think she said she mostly just
stays on her porch and waits for the Deer to come and see what she's
cooking...and then it's "lights out".
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Wow! Where do you come up with these ideas? Awesome!
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great idea! I just got a pressure cooker/canner Sunday. I plan to harvest at least 2 more deer. I can't wait to give this a try.
Pomah/ I haven't forgotten you. There's still a deer on the farm with your name on it. :)
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UUUUUHHHHHHHHHH SWSW I've wanted this shown for awhile....


Thanx Jeanie
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Thank you Chris and Guerry, it's nice to have on hand during the winter.

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That's really neat. I've never canned meat before (proly 'cause I don't have a pressure canner). What's the shelf-life on those?
Thanks Southern! I use the canned meat up in a year. I try to use it all before the next deer season. I'm sure it would keep longer though.

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Then you should go hunting with Jeanie, I think she said she mostly just
stays on her porch and waits for the Deer to come and see what she's
cooking...and then it's "lights out".
lol sometimes it seems that easy... but most of the time not.

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Wow! Where do you come up with these ideas? Awesome!
Thank you Pomah, my mom and grandmother canned food.. It just seems like the normal thing for me to do. lol

Diver, good luck with it! Also with the hunting!
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UUUUUHHHHHHHHHH SWSW I've wanted this shown for awhile....


Thanx Jeanie
Hey HWSW and CEBTM! I bet you know how to can too! It's nice to have the option as far as storing meat. Sometimes electricity goes out...you don't have to worry about a freezer. lol
Thanks Ken.
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Cowgirl that is a dying art canning meat , people use to can all different types of meat.
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That is good stuff Jeanie, I've had it before. I can as well, sometimes beef roasts and they last a long time. I've got some that's 2 years old, still good.
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Jeanie, you are a vast resource of knowledge on so many topics. Endlessly amazing. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and pictures with us.
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That's quite interesting. I've canned a lot of tuna but never tried meat, I'll have to keep that in mind. Thanks for sharing.
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Makes me want to try it!

I remember jars of canned meat on my Grandmother's shelves.
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