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Succulent Venison I wouldn’t know had anyone didn’t preempt me that this is actually deer meat for the it is very smooth and bit mucilaginous than the usual poultry.This brownish-dark red color determines the freshness of the venison, else it must had gone bad if it is in green. It can be quite chewy but not as sinewy as mutton. The strong flavor of black pepper that is cooked together with this dish has nicely blended all ingredients in including scallions, garlics and other spices. Thus, am
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Succulent Venison

I wouldn’t know had anyone didn’t preempt me that this is actually deer meat for the it is very smooth and bit mucilaginous than the usual poultry.
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This brownish-dark red color determines the freshness of the venison, else it must had gone bad if it is in green. It can be quite chewy but not as sinewy as mutton. The strong flavor of black pepper that is cooked together with this dish has nicely blended all ingredients in including scallions, garlics and other spices. Thus, am not too sure of its original meat taste as compared to the stronger one by mutton, haha. That usually I would shun away, unless it is nicely marinated like the Lamb Shank by Chillies, which has decently subdued the natural acquired taste of the lamb

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