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“Venison is black pepper, onions and garlic -- plain and simple.”
“Venison is so much better when youget all the fat and tissue off the muscle/meat.”
“Venison is great tasting, good for you and available.”
“Venison is good, but Grouse takes the cake for me.”
“Venison is a very dry meat with no marbling, its fat is called tallow and is not tasty.”
“Venison is Healthier, tastes better, I like Elk best, Whitetails that graze in the nearby cornfields, next than Bison and Caribou.”
“Venison is never seen; pork is [very expensive]; and they are forced to live with nothing other than aboriginal rice, which, because there is so little, they boil into a sort of ricewater or porridge [liblap of cangie] ... for which dearth Tingbin receives the most blame.”
“Generale Missiven van Gouverneurs-Generaal en Raden aan Heren XVII der Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie (The Hague: Martinus Nijhof, 1960 – 85), 1: 708; and, for a tabulation of yearly yields during the Dutch period, Thomas O. Hölmann, "Formosa and the Trade in Venison and Deer Skins," in Emporia, Commodities, and Entrepreneurs in Asian Maritime Trade, ed.”
“Venison is so lean, and without fat, it can feel like sawdust in your mouth," he says.”
“Venison is also a very low-fat protein choice, with one-third the calories of beef and less cholesterol than skinless chicken breast.”
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