Can you eat raw deer meat?

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Answered: To remove excess salt do you have to rinse canned vegatables and raw meat

rinsing will remove some salt. cooking with potatoes will also remove more salt.

Answered: What are the benefits of eating raw food?

if u cook the food and eat them means lot of nutrients will be lacking in that..if u directly eat the raw diet means many vitamins and minerals will be remaining same...which is good for health........... http://www.glssystems.net

Answered: Game taste in deer meat

When processing the deer, make certain that every ounce, half ounce, quarter ounce of fat is removed. It is the fat that gives deer the gamy taste. Some processing plants are better than others at this removal. Ask around. Hunters in your area will know which are the best.

Answered: Why Should I Avoid Raw Eggs During My Pregnancy?

Because salmonella poisoning, can be very dangerous to you and the baby. Stay away from ANYTHING containing raw eggs, and stick to pasteurized products only. Check the lables on products to make sure they are made with pasteurized eggs only.
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