For a lot of us, we’ve been hunting since we can remember, it’s in our blood. However, whether your dad introduced you to hunting when you were little, or a buddy of yours brought you along for a hunt, we’re all hopelessly hooked forever.
It’s the thrill of adventure, the sensual stimuli of being one with nature. But one of the best benefits of hunting is that you get to harvest your own meat and provide free-range organic meat for yourself and your family, there’s something exceptionally rewarding about that.
In this quiz below, learn a little bit about wild game meat and see what you already know.
And feel free to Check out our first quiz: How Well Do You Know Wild Game Meat? Part 1
How Well Do You Know Wild Game Meat?
What is bear meat significant for?
Low fat content
Being higher in calories than beef
Very high amounts of iron
High amounts of protein
Can you eat beaver’s tail?
Yes, but prepare yourself for the smell
No, may as well cook a shoe
Which of these has the highest calories per serving?
Mule deer is generally leaner than whitetail deer.
Which of these has the most protein per pound?
Which of these parasites or diseases can be contracted through eating raw or uncooked meat?
Game meat is very, very lean. Which of these is closest to the fat percentage of USDA choice beef?
All of these are valid methods to remove the gamey taste from meat, except…
Aging meat in the fridge
Soaking in liquid
Using a great marinade
Cutting into roughly 6-inch strips
Which one of these birds has the highest fat percentage?
This thick membrane found in venison and other game meats should be removed before cooking, or it would give the meat a unfavorably gamey taste. It is often found in the legs and the backstrap