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Re: Meat🥩-o-saurus: Sausage & Beans, Primitive Style
« Reply #120 on: June 14, 2019, 03:05:51 AM »
Mr. Silent Primitive Chef back with some delicious looking Sausage & Beans at the Stone Fireplace on a Snowy Winter's Day.  I gotta try this recipe on the Bugout Apparatus. Definitely cheap enough to cook up on the SNAP Card budget.

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This is some serious food porn. Just beautiful.

Secret weapon #1: lard

Secret weapon #2: homemade sausages.

Right on the coals. Great stuff.

The lard I got.  No more hunting for RE, so not making my own sausages.  However, Matanuska Meats where they process all the game meat for the community is just up the road from me and they make really good sausages.


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Meat🥩-o-saurus: Field Dressing Bambi
« Reply #121 on: June 17, 2019, 05:51:21 AM »
It's Meat 🥩 Monday here on the Diner, so we are getting some Venison ready for Dinner!  :icon_sunny:

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Meat🥩-o-saurus: Brisket Cooked for a MONTH!
« Reply #122 on: September 13, 2019, 05:16:19 PM »
What a WASTE of a good piece of cow flesh!  ::)

Entertaining though.  ;D

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Re: Meat🥩-o-saurus: Brisket Cooked for a MONTH!
« Reply #123 on: September 14, 2019, 04:00:37 AM »
What a WASTE of a good piece of cow flesh!  ::)

Entertaining though.  ;D

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I actually watched this. You are correct.

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They can have a big BBQ by Moonlight at the next Wildfire.

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You kill it, you grill it. New California law allows drivers to eat roadkill

By Andrew Sheeler
October 14, 2019 10:45 AM, Updated October 14, 2019 12:10 PM


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What to do if you hit a deer
Tips on what to do if you hit a deer while driving By Alyssa Hodenfield

The bad news: While driving at night, you struck and killed a deer.

The good news: You just got a free venison dinner, under a bill now signed into law by California Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Senate Bill 395 authorizes the creation of a pilot program in California, wherein the state will designate, no later than Jan. 1, 2022, up to three regions “having high wildlife vehicle collisions” as being valid locations where drivers may salvage the meat of certain animals killed as a result of collision.
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Re: The Meat🥩-o-saurus Survey
« Reply #125 on: October 15, 2019, 03:39:19 AM »
Oregon did that this year too. It's surprising that there was a law against this (yeah, I know - hunters will purposefully damage their cars to get a deer :laugh:). So many deer carcases left by the roadside for the buzzards. Must have gotten too expensive for Transportation dept to clean up (if they ever did?).
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Re: The Meat🥩-o-saurus Survey
« Reply #126 on: October 15, 2019, 04:07:42 AM »
Oregon did that this year too. It's surprising that there was a law against this (yeah, I know - hunters will purposefully damage their cars to get a deer :laugh:). So many deer carcases left by the roadside for the buzzards. Must have gotten too expensive for Transportation dept to clean up (if they ever did?).
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That's probably good reasoning.  Not only cleanup and transportation costs, but disposal cost also.

I do wonder how many people will do this though.  First off your gonna need a pickup truck or a big SUV, and then a way to lift the carcass into the truck.  Unless of course you process the meat yourself right then and there, and at least quarter it.  Then unless it's winter and cold, you gotta get it on ice before the meat goes bad.

As a hunting method, wrecking your car on purpose to get a deer is pretty dumb.  The body work would cost WAY more than the value of the meat you get out of it.  You could buy Wagyu Steaks for less.

I doubt it will do much about the roadkill problem.

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« Reply #127 on: October 15, 2019, 05:23:38 AM »
A law? Oh this is a funny one... Here the one time I hit a deer and needed an on the spot police report the question the officer asked when he was done was "do you want the deer? I said no and he called a friend who showed up within 5 minutes and started processing it there and then. My neighbour paid me in moose meat for some carpentry work 3 years ago when his wife took out a moose with her car. The predators make short work of any road kill and I have yet to ever see a deer on the road; those are usually human predators. A friend cleans pelts from road kill fox and racoon road kill as well... Hill billies... What can I say.
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« Reply #128 on: October 15, 2019, 05:29:14 AM »
A law? Oh this is a funny one... Here the one time I hit a deer and needed an on the spot police report the question the officer asked when he was done was "do you want the deer? I said no and he called a friend who showed up within 5 minutes and started processing it there and then. My neighbour paid me in moose meat for some carpentry work 3 years ago when his wife took out a moose with her car. The predators make short work of any road kill and I have yet to ever see a deer on the road; those are usually human predators. A friend cleans pelts from road kill fox and racoon road kill as well... Hill billies... What can I say.

Well, you do live in rural Canada.   Here in AK the situation is much the same.  In most of CA though, I suspect most people would just leave it for either the DOT or animal scavengers to dispose of.

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« Reply #129 on: October 15, 2019, 05:32:15 AM »
A law? Oh this is a funny one... Here the one time I hit a deer and needed an on the spot police report the question the officer asked when he was done was "do you want the deer? I said no and he called a friend who showed up within 5 minutes and started processing it there and then. My neighbour paid me in moose meat for some carpentry work 3 years ago when his wife took out a moose with her car. The predators make short work of any road kill and I have yet to ever see a deer on the road; those are usually human predators. A friend cleans pelts from road kill fox and racoon road kill as well... Hill billies... What can I say.

Well, you do live in rural Canada.   Here in AK the situation is much the same.  In most of CA though, I suspect most people would just leave it for either the DOT or animal scavengers to dispose of.

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Another good question is what do you do if you just lamed it, but not killed?  Do you carry a hunting knife to slit the throat and dispatch it to the Great Beyond?  Or when the Mounties get there, do they shoot it for you?

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« Reply #130 on: October 15, 2019, 10:14:38 AM »
A law? Oh this is a funny one... Here the one time I hit a deer and needed an on the spot police report the question the officer asked when he was done was "do you want the deer? I said no and he called a friend who showed up within 5 minutes and started processing it there and then. My neighbour paid me in moose meat for some carpentry work 3 years ago when his wife took out a moose with her car. The predators make short work of any road kill and I have yet to ever see a deer on the road; those are usually human predators. A friend cleans pelts from road kill fox and racoon road kill as well... Hill billies... What can I say.

Well, you do live in rural Canada.   Here in AK the situation is much the same.  In most of CA though, I suspect most people would just leave it for either the DOT or animal scavengers to dispose of. True story: on the way to montreal 9 years ago we did just that and winged a deer. Deer was on the ground for 2 minutes got up and ran away. Police arrived ask which way it went and pull out an ar15 type rifle and go after it... No trace of it though. Usually the more hunter ish types dispatch themselves.

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Another good question is what do you do if you just lamed it, but not killed?  Do you carry a hunting knife to slit the throat and dispatch it to the Great Beyond?  Or when the Mounties get there, do they shoot it for you?

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