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jnicholes

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Well, I just learned something. Apparently, to get rid of the game taste in wild waterfowl, you have to brine it in a special brine for 12 to 24 hours.

I didn’t know that. Have to try it next time I get a duck or goose.

Well, it’s late now. Good night everyone!
 

penny1960

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Well, I just learned something. Apparently, to get rid of the game taste in wild waterfowl, you have to brine it in a special brine for 12 to 24 hours.

I didn’t know that. Have to try it next time I get a duck or goose.

Well, it’s late now. Good night everyone!
Never liked Duck here either but some did. Duck hunted years ago with a standard poodle but in Juneau
 

Ladies-Eight

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Well, I just learned something. Apparently, to get rid of the game taste in wild waterfowl, you have to brine it in a special brine for 12 to 24 hours.

I didn’t know that. Have to try it next time I get a duck or goose.

Well, it’s late now. Good night everyone!
When I cooked wild duck, I stuffed it with quartered potatoes, onions, and apples. If I had any left over stuffing, I placed it around the duck. This helped to take the gamey taste away. I covered the outside with strips of bacon. As the wild duck is so lean the bacon helps to keep it very moist.
 

jnicholes

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When I cooked wild duck, I stuffed it with quartered potatoes, onions, and apples. If I had any left over stuffing, I placed it around the duck. This helped to take the gamey taste away. I covered the outside with strips of bacon. As the wild duck is so lean the bacon helps to keep it very moist.
I actually used to do that with wild turkey when I was a turkey hunter in North Idaho.
 

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When I cooked wild duck, I stuffed it with quartered potatoes, onions, and apples. If I had any left over stuffing, I placed it around the duck. This helped to take the gamey taste away. I covered the outside with strips of bacon. As the wild duck is so lean the bacon helps to keep it very moist.
That sounds good Ladies-Eight!
 

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