Ronnie Ugulano wrote:
I've thought about trying it for my kitterz, but I'm not sure how they'd feel about me changing it from regular kitty litter.
No, although we expected it to be. Our cat was afraid of dust specks (she was extremely timid), so we braced ourselves. But she never blinked at this. If your cat does resist, slowly introduce it into whatever you're using now - start at ~20% and slowly increase the percentage. In any case, it's an inexpensive trial.
Pellet stoves are kind of a specialty item, but if you know someone with one, you might be able to talk them out of a gallon bag of pellets. Or perhaps you can go to a stove store or hardware store and see if they have a broken bag of pellets you can get a small amount from
Joseph Fields wrote:I think it's all about what your use to. Most of the issues people have with eating deer is .. it's not beef. I grew up eating deer, I like it anyway you can cook it. Pan fried, grilled, seared, kabobs, ect. The toughness is not really a issue for me either. It's meat not ice cream. One of my fav is Croc pot roasts with some garlic and onion bullion base, carrots, and celery.
Jd Gonzalez wrote:Smoked paprika venison.
3 lbs. venison cut in cubes about 3"
2 teaspoons of salt
2 teaspoons of smoked paprika or chipotle powder
Two ribs of celery sliced
One medium onion sliced
One bunch of cilantro (coriander) torn coarsely with hands.
Rub the venison with the paprika and salt,
Place the celery and onion on the bottom of a slow cooker or crock pot
Place venison on top of the onions and celery and cover with cilantro.
Cook for 6 hrs on high or until the meat shreds easily.
Served shredded with tortillas, pico de gallo and sour cream.
Ronnie Ugulano wrote:For years, we used stove pellets for cat litter, and it was not only a total odor killer but also fully biodegradable.