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    Default Deer tongue

    Any one ever try this and have it not come out like venison flavored gum? I've eaten plenty of deer hearts but tongue was new to me.
    I cut out and cooked up the tongue out of this years deer. Flavor was good but boy was it chewey.
    To cook I boiled it for 10-15 mins then I let it cool enough to skin and cut it thin before frying it up with salt pepper and onions. It came out tasting fine but the texture was a bit much. Next go round I may try slow cooking.
    Last edited by Pine-lock; 11-23-2017 at 11:45 PM.

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    Outdoor life had a good looking deer tongue hash recipe last year. I have not tried it. I guess because the mental aspect.

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    Last edited by Mikejd; 11-24-2017 at 11:38 AM.

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    Haven't gone there before...but if the flavor is good...probably would make a decent pate.
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    Not the least bit interested in eating that.

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    After a little more reading a slow cooker seems to be the preferred method.

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    When I was in Scotland I ate pickled ox tongue. It's similar to corned beef. Probably have to use several tongues to be worth while.
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