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post #71 of 76 (permalink) Old 01-13-2014, 09:08 PM
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I always froze pork for a good month, same with deer....actually I froze all my raw meat when I did feed raw. While it does not get everything it does kill both of these parasites.

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I always froze pork for a good month, same with deer....actually I froze all my raw meat when I did feed raw. While it does not get everything it does kill both of these parasites.
Yea my deer meat, rabbit, and anything else that is known for parasites I soak in real real real heavy sea salt water

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I've never had an issue with parasites, and don't 'treat' anything other than freezing like Nancy posted.
Not sure I'd want to feed anything that has been brined like that.

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Honestly you probably could do a bleach rinse for surface pathogens. Icck, say what?
You know that is approved for the food you and I eat.

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Honestly you probably could do a bleach rinse for surface pathogens. Icck, say what?
You know that is approved for the food you and I eat.
Oh no I don't feed he any wild game meat. She gets the deer leg bones and treat then for a few hours before she's allowed to have them. I didn't know I could bleach it. When I talked to a wild game butcher he said the best way to go is to use sea salt.

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I am not to keen on bleaching meat, just that they treat our food meet with bleach (chicken) and ammonia (pink slime hamburger-which has slid back in I understand)

I would not brine any meat either. That kind of sodium is not good for man nor beast. It is an issue I have with grocery store prefrozen chicken. They inject a lot of that with salts

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