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Shot a nice Elk...

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Biker13, Oct 9, 2004.

  1. Biker13

    Biker13

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    I just had fried elk liver and onions, fried green tomatoes (from my garden) and fried spuds! And it was great!
    Whadaya think....Too much cholestoral?
    Biker13;c
     
  2. lethal tupperwa

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    unless you cooked in in crisco or bacon grease.

    Game is low in cholesterol.
     

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    Actually, liver is always high in cholesterol (much higher than lean muscle tissue). It still doesn't mean that you shouldn't eat it if your cholesterol is otherwise normal. Organs do have a lot of nutritional value, anyway. Notice that that's what predators eat first.
     
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    Yummm.... Fried green tomatoes! :)
     
  5. Biker13

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    Yup. I used bacon grease. Just so much flavor.. As I write this, I'm about to serve up to my wife and kids an elk roast that has been cooking all day in a crockpot with mushroom soup, onions, fresh garlic (from my garden), with homemade cornbread on the side.:)
    Biker13;c