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    Default 2 year old venision still good?

    I've got some venison that's been in the freezer for 2 years. I want to make pepperettes out of it. Will it still be good or will it be freezer burned? It's chunked up in big zip-lock bags. It's got a bit of frost on it.

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    Butcher will cut away burn if there is any. I do a general freezer clean up every now and then and everything goes into the pepperette pail. Deer moose pork beef any cut. Look forward to great product after the spicing and smoke drying is done...yum yum.

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    How does venison get to be two years old?

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    Hand it over . I just got some backstraps and tenderloins EXACTLY like that unbeknownst to other gang that forgot them in bottom of freezer but were cleaning out LOL A sharp fillet knife works good to trim . heah . LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    How does venison get to be two years old?
    We doooooooooooooo have to forgive on here jim . LOL Even if teeth grind . LOL

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    Last edited by 400bigbear; November 15th, 2014 at 07:10 PM.

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    Just kidding ...never happened to me.

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    Ok fellas, here's the story.

    This is from a deer that I butchered myself a few years ago. I took the backstraps and tenderloins and then just chunked up and bagged the rest with the intention of having pepperettes made. I took the meat to a local place shortly after and was basically chased out because they had an inspector there and I didn't call ahead. This wasn't the first time I've used them and I never called before. After that I just never got around to it and it's been sitting in the freezer. Seeing as it's already chucked up trimming any bad bits would be difficult but I suppose they could just be tossed. I figured by the time it was cooked and spiced it would be fine but just wanted to check to see if anyone else has had some lying around for a while that they turned into pepperettes.

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    Grind it into burger or sausage.
    You will not be able to tell it is was from yesterday or two years ago.

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    Chunked up, not vacuum packed I wouldn't spend money making it edible. If you got a grinder process some make chile if its good do the rest if not find some one with a dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    Chunked up, not vacuum packed I wouldn't spend money making it edible. If you got a grinder process some make chile if its good do the rest if not find some one with a dog.
    x2....freezer burn will be to hard to remove from chunked up meat..grind for dog food
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