Category: Wild Game

All things related to wild game from the wild game archives on The Homesteading Huntress.

how to check for red tide and shellfish closures in bc

How to Check for Red Tide and Shellfish Closures in BC – Updated for 2018

Learning how to check for red tide and shellfish closures in BC is an essential part of harvesting shellfish safely. Every harvester, no matter how experienced they are, needs to check for red tide and

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Korean Venison Japchae

Making Korean venison japchae is an excellent way to enjoy the flavours of the best Korean restaurants in the comfort of your own home – while taking advantage of the local, organic, and grass-fed venison

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What’s the Difference Between Whitetail and Mule Deer? (With Quiz)

One of the biggest mistakes any new hunter can make is to be lax about whether they can identify the difference between whitetail and mule deer. Verbally memorizing traits isn’t enough to cut it when

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Chinese Braised Eggplant and Ground Venison

I promise you that this recipe for Chinese braised eggplant and ground venison is a taste of truly authentic Chinese home cooking, with the added bonus of sourcing local, organic wild game meat. With one

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Vietnamese Lingcod and Wild Mushroom Noodle Bowls

I know there are a lot of ingredients in this Vietnamese lingcod and wild mushroom noodle bowl, but don’t panic. Making it is so easy and so worth the small amount of reading, I promise.

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The Friggin’ Tasty Guide for Freediving for Crab in BC

It surprised the heck out of me to discover that if you love crab, freediving may be the right (as in the most delicious and cost-effective) sport for you. That’s because when it’s done efficiently,

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Sichuan Ginger Scallion Sauce (for Venison)

I never thought I could feel romantic about a sauce, but I guess I’m all about proving myself wrong. I’m downright mushy about this Chinese-inspired spicy, salty, sour taste explosion. Oh, how I swoon for