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What would you say is the best way to cut up an elk, I mean into what (roasts,steaks,jerkey,etc.)
 

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roasts, then that way if you decide later that you'd rather have a steak then you cut the roast up a little bit more. Or you can cut the roast into jerky or just burger the thing. I prefer good roast and steaks but every now and again my belly enjoys some jerky.
 

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What would you say is the best way to cut up an elk, I mean into what (roasts,steaks,jerkey,etc.)
Some roast won't end up being very good or tender steaks...rump roast is better as a roast. some of the round is better as a roast....t-bones, ribs, tenderloins...all good steaks. Neck and shank..stew meat or sausage....as far a i'm concerned, the rest of the meat is for jerky, hamburger and stew....
Of course, some people can cook up an old shoe and make it taste good...not me... :mrgreen:
I once received a 8 lb. neck roast from the butcher....what the heck is that? :lol:
 

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I prefer steaks and chops, once in awhile some roasts, and do not forget the jerky
 

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Deer and Elk burger are infinitely better than ground beef when used for spaghetti, tacos, etc. I tricked my wife one time when I substituted deer for beef when making tacos. She emphatically stated that it was the best taco meat she had ever had. 2 years later I told her about the swap.

She still won't eat wild game. :oops:
 
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