Marinades for Game/Fish

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stevemb

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Them little cans of Doles pineapple juice. The way to go, got bluegill ? Rattlesnake ? Frog legs ? Add to any marinade, or smokin' sauce. Steaks/chops, in a big baggie in the frig' for whatever hrs you have. Breaks down connective tissue, adds the the "char" layer.
 

stevemb

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Many here jump into threads. i think it's important to give of yourself, start a thread. So..
 

BearBio

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Italian dressing (dry mix made up or bottled in a pinch) works well on game. Great on elk or venison.
 

Bear Paw Jack

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I used to use Milk for meat to soak in if it was strong. Works for Caribou and Antelope. Most stuff I can handle. Depends on what they eat.
 

stevemb

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Since its my thread, I'm going bunny trail ! BBQ sauce. If you are into it, you like what you like, but I'll suggest something anyway. BBQ sauce made from apple butter. I may have already in yrs past mentioned it. It is thinner and less acid than tomato based sauces. I think it may penetrate better. Not saying it's the greatest, am saying it's a nice change. Variety can be a good thing, just try not to let that navel get any further away than it is now.
 

stevemb

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Yes BPJ, I use milk as kinda a pre-soak for fish-ier fish, some small game, etc..
 

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