The Grill vs Cast Iron

BloodyRedArrow

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Cast Iron and wild game were made for each other. I would encourage all to give it a try. Keep in mind there is a small learning curve. There are many Youtube videos that can get you started.
 

Laelkhunter

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Cast iron skillets and pots need to be seasoned with cooking oil and high heat when you first get them. The older it gets and the more you use it, the better the food tastes. Never wash it with soap, just wipe it out with a paper towel and coat with light coat of cooking oil between uses.
 

jaximus

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both, about 50/50. my family eats venison at least 3 meals a week year round. i do trimmings and eggs for breakfast on my off days, so im probably closer to 5+ meals a week. i do city herd control, so i have 10+ whitetails for the freezer each year, plus i work for the sheriffs office, so i can grab freshly put down car kills if/when i run low.

i live in northern wisconsin, so it gets annoying to grill toward the end of deer season through mid march, so most winter time cooking is in the pan.
 

Brendan

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