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Does any-one have some good Recipes for some black Bear?
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I've heard you can get some really good hams off a black bear as for the rest, I have no idea.
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isn't it real fatty, its been along time since I have had bear....
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fatty and greasy/oily. Makes good jerky an sausage.
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The most important thing to remember when preparing bear meat is to remove all visable fat and the bone. When You get a bear get the hide off of it as soon as possible and try not to touch the meat with hands that have handled the hide as this can taint the meat with oils from the hair. Remember bear meat needs to be cooked very well as they can carry trichinosis.
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The best bear that I have ate was summer sausage.
The next best was a day after it was shot (about a two year old) and put on the barby.
Let the grease get away from the meat when cooking it. Only good thing I can say about bear.
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BBQ BEAR RIBS ten times better than baby backs. Gotta cook em real slow.
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