Exotic Game meats. Whats your favorite?

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  1. Slugger

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    I like alligator! I'm classifying exotic as something you cant hunt and eat where you live. What's yours?
     
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    Elk of that's considered exotic.
     
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    Yes. I have only had elk jerky but that wouldn't really give elk that much credit. I would need a nice cut of elk on a grill nicely marinated to give them credit for being better then whitetail.
     
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    Kangaroo, believe it or not, is the best thing I've ever tasted.
     
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    Thats cool. Never would have thought I would see that being said.
     
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    Moose and Mt Lion
     
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    Mt lion that sounds like something I would like to try. How is it?
     
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    Boar and Buffalo are very tasty!
     
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    another vote for elk
     
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    I have heard that some of the best "pulled pork" comes from Mountain Lion. Or so that is what Steven Rinella said.
     
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    Wild Boar! Without a doubt the BEST meat I have ever tasted.
     
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    Alligator.
     
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    kinda similar to pork actually, but better
     
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    fact...
     
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    Now I just need to shoot one!


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    Antelope, alligator, or elk!
     
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    I'd have to flip a coin between, Antelope or Moose. Both really surprised me, & were delicious.

    I don't care for Elk. Have had it a number of times, a number of ways.... guess I just don't have a taste for Elk. Sure like deer though :)
     
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    I really want to try antelope or moose.


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    I try to harvest as many pronghorn (they're really not antelope) each year as I can. My family and I LOVE them. The does taste better.
     
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    How do they compare to whitetail
     

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