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Well since Del once again can't be bothered to provide supporting evidence to his own arguments I thought I would do it for him, again. If anyone here is really interested in sous vide cooking I would suggest reading this: http://www.douglasbaldwin.com/sous-vide.html. This is probably about as comprehensive a guide to souse vide as you will find and the first part about food safety is very interesting and explains what Del couldn't.
At this point I personally don't think the method is for me but I would keep an open mind and would like to taste some of the food produced by souse vide sometime.(hint) If you like to figure out mathematical equations in order to keep you and your family safe and tenderness is your one and only consideration when cooking a meal then sous vide may be for you. For me I love that smoky grilled flavor I get from cooking over fire or coals.
I deep fried a wild turkey yesterday to almost the recommended temp and thought it was way over done and on the verge of being a waste. My wife thought it was great.
I carved the domestic turkey in the roaster before the magic button popped and temp was barely140. It was fantastic. My wife was apprehensive but had to agree it was just right.
I m slowly getting her off the “It ain’t cooked till it’s brown all the way through”.
Assuming you are hunting MN, the regs aren't super clear about quartering, but if you read them it sounds like quartering is fine as long as the deer is registered first. If you don't have cell service to accomplish that before you quarter you need to keep the head attached to one of the quarters. You could still get it done it might just make for an awkward load on your back. I would also recommend a good pack for doing this, or your going to kill your back and shoulders. I run a Mystery Ranch and have had about 90-100lbs in it many times while training and hunting. That should mean even a big deer would be manageable in two trips for one person.
I hunt some pretty nasty country, so my pack and a couple game bags ride in my truck all season so I'm prepared for anything. If you go that route consider getting yourself a pair of trekking poles as well. They don't break the bank and they make a huge difference when you have a heavy load on your back. As a bonus my MR Cabinet also holds my stand, and climbing sticks really nice when packing that in a long ways.
Nah, if they want to ignore science, not do their own research on pasteuization, and blindly follow the government's dumbed down dictum I am not going to worry about it.
I presume they eat their burgers well done and their eggs hard anyway.