Being able to hunt to assure a good amount of meat for your family is a valuable skill. It will help you supplement your protein diet when the brown stuff hits the fan. While most hunters prefer to make stakes and burgers from wild game meat, there are other options available.
Hunters should learn how to preserve meat without refrigeration. Electricity will stop flowing during a disaster and you need alternatives to your basic food storage methods. Making wild game jerky is one of the best options you have. Besides being an ideal snack and a survival food, jerky can also last for quite some time.
Most of the ingredients needed to prepare jerky should already be available in your pantry. You don’t need much to make wild game jerky and it just requires patience. My father taught me how to make this tasty snack and I will share my favorite recipes here. Before you start preparing the meat, please keep in mind that some of these recipes require marinating. Even more, the cooking time can vary depending on the type of meat you are using. It can take hours or even days to complete.
My favorite wild game jerky recipes:
Waterfowl have historically been an important food source, and continue to be hunted as game to this day. If you are an experience hunter, you should know that there are various ways to prepare ducks and geese. However, you can’t go wrong with jerky.
Read the article below to discover the wild game jerky recipes you can make at home: