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#3530914 - 01/04/14 08:10 PM Hey poser
lockandloaded
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Got a question. I have been processing my own deer for a long time now. But I am always up to learning something new or easier. I have been following your wonderful website. And I saw the braised ribs you have on there. I am always looking to get better yield. And so far I'm happy with what I'm getting. The only other way to get more would be to sit down and cut every little quater inch of areas I miss. So today I cut the ribs off.
Question is the thin flank meat the encases the ribs do you try and keep it on or take it off. So not knowing before hand. I left it on one rack and took it off to grind on the other rack. Lol. Soon I will be using your braised rib recipe and by the looks I will be keeping the ribs every time now.

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#3530929 - 01/04/14 08:17 PM Re: Hey poser [Re: lockandloaded]
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You can do either/or if braising. If you pull it off, you can grind it. You can also stuff it with ground pork, roll it up like a fruit roll up, tie it with butcher twine, put it on a roasting pan with vegetables and roast it.

Though, Given how little meat is on deer ribs in the South, I'd probably just leave it on most of the time.


Edited by Poser (01/04/14 08:19 PM)
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#3531056 - 01/04/14 09:29 PM Re: Hey poser [Re: Poser]
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I have always cut it off and toss it in the grind mix. That's actually what happened to the one rack. Force of habit to just cut it off lol. I thought about it before the next rack. I any wait to try it. But now you have me thinking about stuffing it and roasting it. Just endless options. And that's why I process my own.
Does anyone else keep the ribs with sucsess too.

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#3531117 - 01/04/14 10:02 PM Re: Hey poser [Re: lockandloaded]
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Mud Dauber
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 Originally Posted By: lockandloaded
I have always cut it off and toss it in the grind mix. That's actually what happened to the one rack. Force of habit to just cut it off lol. I thought about it before the next rack. I any wait to try it. But now you have me thinking about stuffing it and roasting it. Just endless options. And that's why I process my own.
Does anyone else keep the ribs with sucsess too.


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#3532254 - 01/05/14 05:15 PM Re: Hey poser [Re: Poser]
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I cook my in the crock pot and put the bbq sauce to them. WARNING Eat the ribs while they are still hot \:D
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