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i was kinda thinking that but i know there is quite a difference in leaness in many of the cuts. For instance the ribeye off the bovine is very tender and juicy however that may not be the case with elk....thats kinda what i was getting at.

I've never seen sheep loins until i moved up here....they look like little tiny Tbones...kinda funny...but they taste horrible
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i was kinda thinking that but i know there is quite a difference in leaness in many of the cuts. For instance the ribeye off the bovine is very tender and juicy however that may not be the case with elk....thats kinda what i was getting at.

I've never seen sheep loins until i moved up here....they look like little tiny Tbones...kinda funny...but they taste horrible
You're crazy. I think they are awesome. Season and broil em eat with green mint jelly.
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I hate wasting my elk meat on smokies... That's what mulies and whiteys and racoons and skunks are for
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One of my faves, elk Roast, also works great with moose and beef....simple yet oh so delicious...

put the roast in with water, a beef bullion cube and let it simmer overnight in the crock pot.

Add onion, garlic, stewed tomatoes, potatoes, baby carrots, celery, bay leaf, black pepper corns, little salt, and thyme in the morning, simmer til supper. Yum yum!

My elk steak marinade...
worstishire, honey, red wine vinegar, seasoned pepper, onion powder and garlic....
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We cubed several lbs. of elk meat this year...
nothing better to cure a hangover than chicken fried elk steak & eggs
W/ loads of gravy.

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