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Venison Wisdom the Book - now available!VENISONWISDOM.COM is for anyone who eats venison (wild or domestic), including hunters, their families, and their friends. The book VENISON WISDOM -- now available! -- appeals to more than just hunters, however. Farm-raised venison is a multi-billion-dollar-per-year global industry. In addition to the United States, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, Sweden and Japan are major importers of farm-raised venison. Move over beef, venison is the new king of the dinner table!

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New! Venison Wisdom CookbookNew! Venison Wisdom Cookbook
200 Delicious and Easy-to-Make Recipes
By Tracy L. Schmidt

Venison Wisdom Cookbook provides 200 easy-to-make recipes to help you create flavorful meals with venison, the world's healthiest red meat. Recipes use practical ingredients, so you won't be making special trips to the store for items you don't have or will never use again! Plus, these recipes take you beyond trying to "disguise" your venison in taco shells and sloppy joes!

A special section highlights celebrity recipes, including some from Ted Nugent, Mark Drury, Jim & Ann Casada, Charlie Alsheimer, and more. With bonus venison care tips from Deer & Deer Hunting Editor Daniel E. Schmidt, this entertaining book is more than a collection of recipes - it's a fun read too!

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A Proven 12-Step Guide to Scouting Less and Hunting More
By Daniel E. Schmidt

For every deer hunter whose biggest problem is finding the time to get in the woods, this book offers easy and effective tips to make the time, and the best use of it. With chapters like Scout Less, Hunt More," "Think Like a Deer," "Win the Small Woods Chess Game," and "Get Private Out in Public," and a collection of 110+ detailed photos and illustrations, this book is the time-saving guide hunters will covet.

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About Me

Tracy Schmidt, author of Venison WisdomMy name is Tracy L. Schmidt, and I hail from northeast Wisconsin … DEER COUNTRY! I have been hunting whitetails, and cooking and eating venison for more than a decade. I am married to Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine Editor-in-Chief Daniel E. Schmidt, author of the top-selling book WHITETAIL WISDOM. He has been filling our freezers with venison for so many years, that I’ve had to find a way to keep up with the constant supply of pure protein! This site reflects how our knowledge of venison has evolved from being a working couple to becoming a family of four. I am now ready to share the secrets, and I’m looking forward to learning more from all of you! Learn more

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Fresh Asparagus

Went down to the garden and cut some fresh asparagus...can you say sesame stir-fry?

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Moldy Venison Jerky

Tracy: Any tips for keeping venison jerky from becoming moldy? The last two batches I made went bad. The first time, I tried a tupperware container in the refrigerator. The next time I bought a food vacuum sealer and individually sealed the pieces -…Continue

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