- Hi Mountain Venison Rub
- Olive oil
- Toasted Seasome Oil
- Sweet Potatoe
- Green Onion
- Red Bell Pepper
Tip: If you want venison to taste bad, cook it until it’s well done. The flavors of liver, mutton, and gamey type flavors will actually start to increase as you cook it more.
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