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    Bad gas after eating venison

    I made some awesome tasting deer jerky the other day out of back straps in my smoker and Iíll be darned if it takes 5 to 10 minutes after eating it I sound like a tuba till the next morning when it leaves my system. My gas smells just like dead deer or road kill as well. After about a couple hours of non stop wind braking my house smelled like a sewer backed up! It was good, clean fresh meat from the buck I took bow hunting in November thatís been froze for about two months. I gave some to my buddies kids and they never had gas...just me...two days in a row. This also happens to me if I cook venison steaks rare and it will clean me out in a hurry also...first the thunder, then the lightning! Well cooked venison burger that I soaked in milk or virgin oil For a while before frying up to the point itís crunchy on the edges I have no problems with or even fresh out of the deer thinly cut butterfly chops fried up in olive oil with a little pink and Iím OK. Canned venison Iím good to go as well. Itís not every time I make venison but I would say a third of the time. Am I not cooking it long enough? Cleaning the meat well enough? Protein overload? Maybe I just have weak guts? I normally donít age my meat and process the deer as soon as Iím out of the woods or at the latest the next morning so I wonder if there is too much blood in it yet causing the issues?
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    Protein is doing it. Canada geese meat does it to me worse than anything.
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    hit the venison, the hit the dance floor, who me? no way must be someone else. square dances are the best to hit and run at, when we were younger it was fun to watch the look on someones face as they "ploughed the cloud" those were the days, now they're all the same.

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    My wife is diabetic. One day she found a recipe for chocolate brownies that she could eat. Man, they were good. But....everyone that ate them...flatulence and lots of it. Loud and vulgar. Stank too. Her brother was driving down from R.I., I wanted her to make him some from the return trip. Give his girl friend something to do beside's whine.
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    I’m also lactose intolerant. If i want really put the hurt on someone in the car I grab an ice cream cookie sandwich from the gas station. I had one of my hunting partners throw up out the car window on the way back from bear hunting years ago. He said I burnt his nose hairs. The more cream, the more they scream. But I think my favorite time was when I was bound up for days from eating steak and shell fish from the casino. Another hunting trip...I drank some Columbian coffee to brake it loose. It’s was fourteen below plus windchill at the time. I was out of town deer hunting in Iowa. I was relieving my self down stairs and my buddies pregnant wife started puking in the sink upstairs and opened all the windows in the house. My other buddies lit dirty cigarettes to try and kill the smell and went out, turned the truck on, and sat in it with the heater going for an hour to escape the stench. They were going to buy me a trophy for that one. It’s like a big buck story every time we get together. It gets bigger and better every time it’s told.

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    This might be the best thread yet this year!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brass410 View Post
    hit the venison, the hit the dance floor, who me? no way must be someone else. square dances are the best to hit and run at, when we were younger it was fun to watch the look on someones face as they "ploughed the cloud" those were the days, now they're all the same.
    So your the crop duster, I still have that taste in my mouth!

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    Gun shows are another great place for crop dusting, found out when I had buttermilk pancakes with the guys before a show, I'm also lactose intolerant, great payback to those that don't use deodorant.
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    I once worked with a drunk who only ate meat and drank cheap beer. Always foul around him. He would let them build up and back up to air returns in the homes we were workin in and crop dust the entire home.
    Idiot!
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    Unfortunately everything does it to me. Wife says i would get gas from water. Its a toss up as to who can clear a room faster me or my dog.

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    I had a friend from the south that couldn't process venison. His internal tracts would tear him up bad. When he moved west he did just fine with mule deer. He thought it had to do with the tightness of the grain and how it was eaten.
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    I had two small pieces of the same jerky for breakfast this morning and no wind! I would assume I’m ok with smaller quantities. But the burrito I had from the dollar store an hour ago is talking to me.

    I had a few mechanics that USE to work for me that thought was funny to pull problem customers cars out of the shop and drop a bomb in them and crank up the heat so when they owners got In they gaged. The smell and the techs are long gone. They called it the sweet send off.
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    I get an interaction with my blood pressure meds and garlic or onions. I can control what I put in the food at home but try to eat out without either of those in the mix. Folks at the after match meal might have thought I was stuck up but I was being nice. I could have powered a boiler with all the gas I produced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MT Gianni View Post
    I had a friend from the south that couldn't process venison. His internal tracts would tear him up bad. When he moved west he did just fine with mule deer.
    I always thought a white tail made for a dirty tail. That's why I hunt mule deer.

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    The only two things that do that to me is fresh air and clear water.
    Joking aside, fresh venison does that to me. Smells just like a gut shot deer. If I let them age a few days then no problem. I always age mine but my brother rarely does. He’s an excellent cook and I can’t stay out of it at deer camp. I try to limit how much I eat and generally don’t have it as bad as everyone else. Ive thought about telling them what’s doing it but then thought I should mind my own business, snicker.
    If you freeze it before it ages the enzymes never leave the meat. Rigormortious ( spelling ) goes into suspension below 32 degrees.
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    Can I age it after I thaw it out before cooking? How long can I leave thawed out venison to age in my fridge before it goes bad? I’m always afraid of aging my deer here because the weather temps always vary. One day is so warm I’m afraid the meat will rot and the next the carcass is frozen solid so you can’t get a knife through it. I’m just afraid of food poisoning which I’ve had from old game that’s been in the freezer too long or poorly aged meat.


    Years ago I tried to age deer and the meat turned a blue/greenish hue so now I process it immediately. Skinned a few with the Hyde that color underneath as well. Needless to say I didn’t eat the deer.
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    Enjoy it while you can. At a certain point, you can no longer trust . . . . . flatulence.
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