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2/10/08 11:08 PM
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Edited: 10-Feb-08
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Any tips? Ideas? I've never eaten it before so the flavour is a mystery to me. Has anyone had or cooked moose meat that can help?
2/13/08 8:27 AM
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Edited: 13-Feb-08
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I've only grilled roasts and burgers, and fried thinner steak cuts... but I have no idea what you'd call them. You should probably look for a recipe for the burgers, I don't have any since I didn't make them. The roasts have always gone well, but I normally do a roast over a pan of apple juice mixed with beer, and apply a mild rub to the roast. I've never had gamey tasting moose either, deer I have and if you soak it in buttermilk or any milk for that matter it helps pull the gamey flavour from the meat.
2/13/08 8:28 AM
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You can make a stew with it too, depending on what cut you're dealing with. I've been told that slow cooking a roast, or mixing up a stew in the slow cooker is pretty good stuff.

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