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Venison jerky can be made from either strips of meat or ground meat pressed flat. Either way, the process involves adding salt, spices and other flavorings before drying the meat in the oven. More »

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Jerky recipes for venison include Alton Brown's Jerky from the Food Network, Island Cowboy Jerky and Whiskey Deer Jerky. To make Whiskey Deer Jerky, you need corn whiskey, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce and garlic, as w... More »

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Some good marinade options for deer jerky include cidered venison jerky marinade and teriyaki venison jerky marinade. Smoked venison jerky marinade is another good option. More »

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Roasted venison and slow cooker apple-scented venison roast are recipes for roasting deer meat. Both recipes take advantage of the venison's tender, dark and lean meat qualities. More »

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Venison burgers are made similarly to beef burgers, by forming ground meat into patties that are then grilled, fried or baked. The main difference from beef burgers is that most experts recommend the addition of pork fat... More »

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To prepare goose jerky, cut the meat into strips, marinate for 12 to 24 hours and dry in an oven for 11 hours. Follow proper meat-handling procedures to prevent food-borne illnesses. More »

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