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It's been a long time since I've had buffalo but damn, I swear those tasty bastards have some sort of seasoning coursing through their veins! :yum:
I didn't put anything on it. Just slapped it in the oven and broiled it.

Was at the local Fred Myer yesterday and saw they have a whole cooler full of it now. So I stocked up on some. Not too bad of a price either. About $9 a pound.

Until I buy a new bbq I've just been broiling it in the oven but it's still damn good. :agreed: Cannot wait to try some on a grill. :yesway: And it's way lean. I could cut it with a butter knife if I wanted!

Didn't get any pics of it cooked cause broiled, it's kinda boring looking and I was in too much of a hurry to eat it. :lol: But here's a pic of the one I'm planning on having as a midnight snack tonight. :lol:

 

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I need to try some. There's a buffalo ranch about 10-15 miles away, right along the interstate. There's huge billboards advertising what stuff they sell & the wife and I always say we should try some.

But I'm confused - the label says "Raised on a 100% vegetarian diet". What else would buffalo eat except for grass/hay, soybean extracts, corn, etc.?
 

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Buffalo IS awesome. There's a place up the road from me (Savenor's, I guess it was Julia Child's go to butcher so it's well known outside of the area) that has really choice free range beef, buffalo, and beefalo steaks fairly often, and I've been meaning to get in there to pick up a nice thick cut steak to throw on the grill. :yesway:
 

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I need to try some. There's a buffalo ranch about 10-15 miles away, right along the interstate. There's huge billboards advertising what stuff they sell & the wife and I always say we should try some.

But I'm confused - the label says "Raised on a 100% vegetarian diet". What else would buffalo eat except for grass/hay, soybean extracts, corn, etc.?
Ground bonemeal of other animals. Eating other ground dried cows and cowbones was the cause of the rapid spread of mad cow years ago.

Buffalo IS awesome. There's a place up the road from me (Savenor's, I guess it was Julia Child's go to butcher so it's well known outside of the area) that has really choice free range beef, buffalo, and beefalo steaks fairly often, and I've been meaning to get in there to pick up a nice thick cut steak to throw on the grill. :yesway:
I hate that you're close to Savenors. I really fucking do.
 

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I love buffalo. It's been on the short list here lately, but the weather for grilling has not been cooperative.
 

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I love the steaks, and ground buffalo has supplanted ground beef here for everything. Tastes better and is better for you!
 

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Ground bonemeal of other animals. Eating other ground dried cows and cowbones was the cause of the rapid spread of mad cow years ago.
I was thinking something along those lines - esp. w/the Mad Cow disease. That's why I didn't think anybody fed that anymore.

I've been off the farm so long that I don't know what "current" farmers feed animals. I know we didn't feed any of that stuff to our dairy cows way back in the day.

But back on topic - I've got to stop & get some buffalo someday. Maybe some jerky?
 

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I hate that you're close to Savenors. I really fucking do.
And when I say "close" I mean "less than a half mile." :yesway:
 

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Buffalo, wild boar, venison, and elk all make awesome burgers.
 

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