Deer oysters?

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Deer oysters?

Anyone ever try them? Got a recipe to share?

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Those little pearls deer leave behind are not the greatest quality.  I would stay away from those oysters.

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Eat quite a few of the "Rocky Mountain Oysters". One year we needed to try some from a couple of Mule deer bucks. The survey was.."Not bad..tastes like garlic!"

So now I usually have a couple every year...

I like to freeze them about half way to get the skin off...then slice them the long way. A little egg mixture and some bread crumbs. Fry them in butter until golden brown. Only turn them once!

Note...carry a small sandwich bag in your pocket for these. The wife doesn't like to find them stuck in your hunting coat when she does the wash!

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REALLY?

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Sounds like you would need the oysters from all the bucks in your crew to even make it worthwhile.  I can't say I would be very excited to try that.

"Diligence is the mother of good luck."

"The constitution only gives people the right to pursue hapiness.  You have to catch it yourself."

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They really are not that bad.....You have to think about what you are eating...Even if they come from the prize hog, how good can they be?

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I can already say this.  I would try rocky mountain oysters and even try deer oysters but I'll be damned if I prepare and eat them.  I have a visual after reading nd_bowhunter's post and it isn't pretty.

Ha ha!


 

 

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Tim Sandstrom Said:
I can already say this.  I would try rocky mountain oysters and even try deer oysters but I'll be damned if I prepare and eat them.  I have a visual after reading nd_bowhunter's post and it isn't pretty.

Ha ha!

Im confused by this...  You will but won't?

I will pass on this, thanks!

Big J

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As in, I'll eat them but I just want to show up at the bar, throw some on my plate and sit down with my beer.

I don't want to do anything with "skinning" or cooking them.


 

 

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Oh, well that makes sense. Your wording kind of game me a seizure when you said you would try them but not eat them.   Its okay, I will start sippin on my busch light now.  I would do the same, give em a try, but prep work isn't for me.  Ish.

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Tim Sandstrom Said:
As in, I'll eat them but I just want to show up at the bar, throw some on my plate and sit down with my beer.

I don't want to do anything with "skinning" or cooking them.

To clarify, I will second this.  Everything I have ever had that was deep fried and dipped in ranch has been pretty good.  Collecting enough for the feed would not be my idea of a great time.

"Diligence is the mother of good luck."

"The constitution only gives people the right to pursue hapiness.  You have to catch it yourself."

"Well done is better than well said."

"Beer is living proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy."

All by:  Benjamin Franklin.

"The solution to any problem - work, love, money, whatever - is to go fishing, and the bigger the problem, the longer the trip should be."

Author: John Gierach

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Uh... sick... some things are just sacred....  poor deer going to heavin without his nads.... OMG, r ya'll for real??  Do ya'll do like that weird TV guy.... A. Zemern (spelling) and eat the poor deers penis too????  Ya'll seriously need some counseling....


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we could pickle some with carp next year big J?

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There were some old ancient hunters who believed in consuming the "nads" of the game they conquered. They believed, by doing this, they would acquire the spirit of the conquered game and become better hunters.

Well ok, need a couple more plate fulls to see if it works!

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bowhunter_24 Said:
we could pickle some with carp next year big J?

Yes, deer genetalia and carp in a pickle jar. Uhm, anyone want to save their deers jumblies for me and browneyehunter_24?

Big J

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bullheadmaster Said:

bowhunter_24 Said:
we could pickle some with carp next year big J?

Yes, deer genetalia and carp in a pickle jar. Uhm, anyone want to save their deers jumblies for me and browneyehunter_24?

Big J

NO!!!!!!! hahha


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bullheadmaster Said:

bowhunter_24 Said:
we could pickle some with carp next year big J?

Yes, deer genetalia and carp in a pickle jar. Uhm, anyone want to save their deers jumblies for me and browneyehunter_24?

Big J

you got it! Buck nads saved!

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bullheadmaster Said:

bowhunter_24 Said:
we could pickle some with carp next year big J?

Yes, deer genetalia and carp in a pickle jar. Uhm, anyone want to save their deers jumblies for me and browneyehunter_24?

Big J

if you dont laugh at this thers something wrong with you! ha

i don't want to look back and say "gee i could have eaten that!"

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http://www.backwoodsbound.com/zdeer52.html Heres a recipe for DEER BALLS!!Enjoy!!!