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Always wanted to try eating deer.
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Uh.... ._. Deer meat? Sigh, kinda depressing that there are not that many arby's restaurants around here anymore.
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Fawn meat is very tender.
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Damn. Why can they provide it at Arby's, but you aren't able to buy it in the store?

For me it doesn't matter much, I almost always have a freezer with venison.
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Mmmm I could go for a corn beef rueben now
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http://cds.arbys.com/images/press-room/Venison_press_release_Final.pdf

For stores supposed to be getting their meat from hunters, a major city like Nashville seems a bit far removed from where hunters typically frequent.

I'm not impressed by anything from Arby's, so my expectations would be incredibly low.
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I'm super glad they're being responsible about this. When I first read it I was worried they were going to industrialize deer farming, and we certainly don't need that with our climate. But I'm glad to see they're at least keeping it free range and limited, hopefully it stays that way.
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I've been to Nashville. It isn't far removed from re-enacting the movie Deliverance.
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gornotck wrote:

I've been to Nashville. It isn't far removed from re-enacting the movie Deliverance.



Pfft, Nashville is about as faux redneck it hurts. About the only deer nearby wander around the suburbs.
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That doesn't mean that you can't hunt near Nashville. There's a crapton of forest not even an hour outside the town. Also, it being 'faux redneck' just means they make even more effort to pretend to hunt.
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gornotck wrote:

That doesn't mean that you can't hunt near Nashville. There's a crapton of forest not even an hour outside the town. Also, it being 'faux redneck' just means they make even more effort to pretend to hunt.


Fair enough. A fast food alternative to the usual sit-down alternatives.

Knowing the texture of venison, that cut from the picture doesn't look appetizing.
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I prefer my deer to be be fresh
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