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When you start talking about wild game burgers, the first thing people ask is how much fat—and what type of fat—do you add to wild game meat when making patties? I am here to tell you that I don’t add any fat to burgers, and you shouldn’t either. Here’s why.
Bear meat is one of those meats that gets a bad rap when it comes to the wild game culinary world. The reason being is many folks don’t understand how to cook the meat, or the flavors found within its delicious, fatty muscles.
Jerky is that great pocket food, no matter how much mud or snow you slog through in the field, or hands ya’ shake at a trade show, you will still eat it without worrying about anything else but curbing your hunger.