Venison Ground Meat | 1 lb.

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Sustainably Sourced Venison Ground Meat

Description: Our Venison Ground Meat is carefully sourced from sustainable North American farms. We pride ourselves on using pure venison without any fillers or additives, ensuring a natural and authentic flavor experience. With a traditional 80/20 mix of lean to fat ratio, our ground meat offers a delicious blend with a mild gamey taste that is both versatile and flavorful. It's the perfect substitute for any recipe that calls for ground meat!

Quality Commitment: We prioritize quality and purity in our products. Our Venison Ground Meat is crafted with the finest ingredients, free from any artificial additives, delivering a wholesome and delectable option for your culinary creations.

Specifications:

  • Package Size: 1 lb.
  • Lean to Fat Ratio: Traditional 80/20 mix for optimal flavor and juiciness
  • Shipping: Shipped Frozen to ensure freshness and quality.

Cooking Tips:

  • When cooking Venison Ground Meat, keep in mind it has a lower fat content than beef, so be mindful of not overcooking to maintain moisture and tenderness.
  • Season liberally with herbs, spices, and aromatics to enhance the unique flavor profile of venison.

Recipe Ideas:

  1. Venison Bolognese Sauce:

    • Use our Venison Ground Meat to create a rich and flavorful Bolognese sauce for pasta. Simmer with tomatoes, garlic, onions, and herbs for a satisfying meal.
  2. Venison Meatballs:

    • Roll the ground meat into meatballs seasoned with garlic, Parmesan cheese, and parsley. Bake or pan-sear, then simmer in a savory sauce for a delightful twist on classic meatballs.
  3. Venison Tacos:

    • Season the ground meat with taco seasoning and serve in warm tortillas with your favorite toppings for a flavorful and lean taco alternative.

Experience the premium quality and versatility of our Venison Ground Meat, a choice that brings unmatched taste and purity to your dishes.


About Our Venison:

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What are the health benefits of venison?
  1. Lean Protein:
    Venison is known for being low in fat and high in protein. It provides essential amino acids necessary for various bodily functions, including muscle building, tissue repair, and immune system support. The lean nature of venison makes it a favorable option for those looking to maintain a healthy weight and reduce saturated fat intake.
  2. Rich in Nutrients:
    Venison is a good source of essential nutrients, including iron, zinc, and B vitamins such as B12 and niacin. Iron is crucial for oxygen transport in the body, zinc supports immune function and wound healing, while B vitamins play key roles in energy metabolism and the nervous system.
  3. Omega-3 Fatty Acids:
    Venison, particularly meat from wild deer that graze on natural vegetation, may contain higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids compared to conventionally raised meats. Omega-3s are beneficial for heart health, reducing inflammation, and supporting brain function.
  4. Low in Saturated Fat:
    Venison is generally lower in saturated fat compared to some other red meats. Diets high in saturated fat have been associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. Choosing leaner meats like venison can contribute to a heart-healthy diet.
How do I cook venison?

Remove the venison from the refrigerator at least 30-60 minutes before cooking. This allows the meat to come to room temperature, promoting more even cooking.

For steaks, cooking your venison to an internal temperature of 120-125 degrees with a resting time of 5 minutes will ensure a juicy, tender medium-rare. Just don't overcook it, or you'll have f*cked it up!

What does venison taste like?

Picture the rich, savory notes of grass-fed beef, and then add a subtle earthiness to the mix—that's venison. It has a slightly milder flavor than elk.

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