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Antelope backstrapi

Crankylove

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6 onions
3 cloves garlic
2 sticks butter
2lbs speed goat backstrap


Butter, onions, and garlic in a pan, cook ‘em for a bit.
Throw in sliced backstrap, cook some more.

Some mashed taters to spoon the leaving over, gourmet meal.


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Cant eat it if ya cant get within 800 yards of a live one . ... I think Eagles and wolves have better odds.
 
Cant eat it if ya cant get within 800 yards of a live one . ... I think Eagles and wolves have better odds.

I was 75 yards when I shot my antelope buck. Granted he was laying down and I snuck up behind him.
 
Most of my goats are taken under 200 yards.

Longest was about 525, shortest was about 35.
 
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I shot one in Wyoming about 15 years ago. I tried a few different ways of cooking it, but couldn't get rid of the strong sage taste. I ended up giving most of it away to the local Amish and they loved it.
 
I shot one in Wyoming about 15 years ago. I tried a few different ways of cooking it, but couldn't get rid of the strong sage taste. I ended up giving most of it away to the local Amish and they loved it.

Seems like it should have been made into sausage!
 
I shot one in Wyoming about 15 years ago. I tried a few different ways of cooking it, but couldn't get rid of the strong sage taste. I ended up giving most of it away to the local Amish and they loved it.

I've always been told to soak it in milk for a while. Never tried it as I didnt mind the taste and haven't hunted them in close to a decade
 
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