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Beaver Recipes pressure cook OR////

6/24/20 @ 6:40 PM
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utahman
User since 3/9/03

Havent seen any recipes for beaver. I got two lately that were destroying the lakefront. have four hinds. Not a lot on youtube or the net. Im thinking pat dry, rub olive oil, season, brown in butter, in my huge 16 quart presto and add beef bullion and cook like a pot roast. Any one out there got something for me otherwise. I soaked them in cold water overnight to get the blood out. Brine with a little salt or baking soda is what I used to do with ducks from the Great Salt Lake to get that gamey/ skunky salt lake marsh taste and smell out of them.

 

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7/28/20 @ 9:37 PM
cubfan
User since 11/6/01

Looks like that beaver was a smoker with those teeth!!

7/24/20 @ 1:28 PM
Badger Sportsman
User since 11/13/07

Crock pot is pretty good 

7/11/20 @ 3:08 PM
A5¢
A5¢
MEMBER since 6/15/09

Kona77. If you can find a trapper in your area, I am sure that you could get plenty of critters to try, plus plenty of your favorites. Bobcat is another very tasty treat. The most important thing with beaver, is when removing the castor and oil sacs, be mindful of ANY of it getting on the meat! It's best to switch knives after you remove them, as a little bit will leave a very bad taste.

7/9/20 @ 9:10 AM
kona77
User since 6/20/13

A5C-   Looks like a fun event.. I have been to a number of 'wild game" feeds and have tried and liked things like raccoon (and even crow).. I am all for trying new kinds of protein. 

7/8/20 @ 9:42 AM
A5¢
A5¢
MEMBER since 6/15/09

 There are several critters that I get on my trapline that are great table fare. I will cook up some of the fresh caught ones at my Trappers Ed Workshop, to let the students decide for themselves. 

7/7/20 @ 2:40 PM
kona77
User since 6/20/13

"Muskrat is even better! "..  I will have to take your word on that one   .. 

7/7/20 @ 10:34 AM
A5¢
A5¢
MEMBER since 6/15/09

Muskrat is even better!

7/5/20 @ 9:33 AM
kona77
User since 6/20/13

First time I have seen a post about beaver on a number of different outdoor/BBQ sites.. Always appreciate feedback on new or different types of protein. Pictures look good.. 

7/4/20 @ 4:14 PM
duckdog
MEMBER since 1/24/02

 Beaver tail is very good.

7/4/20 @ 1:12 PM
A5¢
A5¢
MEMBER since 6/15/09

 I just put the temperature probe in it and cooked it to 165°. Very tender and juicy.

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