Eating Bone Marrow

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  1. PorkChop

    PorkChop Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    ever try it? I follow an Inuit hunting page on Facebook and this was posted. When I was stationed in Alaska I would have definitely tried it if I knew about it but this is the first I’ve heard of it.

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  2. creedsduckman

    creedsduckman Elite Refuge Member

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    Ossobuco, veal shanks with the marrow being the delicacy of it, or so I'm told. I'm to poor to eat it.
     
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    hobbydog Elite Refuge Member

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    Good stuff. When we were kids all deer were sawed up with a band saw. The round steak bones were the prize cut. Good stuff.
     
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    MJ Administrator Moderator

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    Yup. I made Osso Buco using elk shanks two weeks ago. The bone marrow is a treat.
     
  5. Banded1

    Banded1 Elite Refuge Member

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    Considering the possibility of CWD and not being a definitive determination if it’s transferable to humans would be one reason I wouldn’t eat it from cervids. The other that would stop me is that I would have a real hard time imagining myself ever being that hungry. My ma’s husband is from Hungary and will dig goat bone marrow out and spread it on bread like it was butter. No thanks.
     
  6. Rice Hunter

    Rice Hunter Senior Refuge Member

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    Its great roasted or low and slow (if you can keep it together). We've done deer and elk.
     
  7. Porter Bayou

    Porter Bayou Senior Refuge Member

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    Friend of mine is a private chef. This is a dish he prepared last week for one of the duck clubs he cooks at. FB_IMG_1544051869016.jpg
     
  8. Il. MudDuk

    Il. MudDuk Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    My mom is 72 yrs old and from Mexico City, Mexico.
    She's done ate some weird "stuff" and would likely spread that crap on a tortilla, roll it and eat it.....then again, I probably would try it, too.
     
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    TheDuckSlayer Elite Refuge Member

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    If I hired a private chef and he served us bones with green sauce, I’d be pissed
     
  10. Billy Bob

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    Some serious nutrition in that stuff.
     
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