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  1. Default Shoulda ate the sheep nuts!

    Just watched Randy's Bison cook out with the Henry mountain oysters, who saves them and what animals? Side note... I laughed for 3m and 27s.

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    I saved them from my lope this year... poached in butter like Renella does. I really didn't like them. My wife and kids both thought they were flavorless. I won't save any again.
    Elitist Hunter

    "Never let schooling [work] get in the way of your education" - Mark Twain

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    Never saved them...probably won't. My experience with mountain oysters is they are mostly a carrier for fried breading and cocktail sauce.

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    I attempted to cook up sheep nuts and I failed miserably. Many steps of preparation lasted all of one bite, but I had to try it.

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    For those wondering what video started this discussion.

    My name is Randy Newberg and I approved this post. What is written is my opinion, and my opinion only.

    "Hunt when you can. You're gonna run outta health before you run outta money."

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    McNuggets.....more like McNuttgets. I have eaten them off mule deer. Not to bad.

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    Disturbing...
    I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery. Thomas Jefferson, letter to James Madison, January 30, 1787

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    Like a lot of accessory critter pieces, if there weren't all that good meat attached maybe I'd be tempted to try...

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    I remain firmly in the "Oh Hell No" camp.
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by deer_shooter View Post
    I remain firmly in the "Oh Hell No" camp.
    X's 2

    Dan

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