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Don’t screw up your venison: Key to better roasts starts in the field

These three roasts show signs of mild freezer burn. (Note the slight browning discoloration on the edges.) (Photos by Jaime Carlson)

Nobody ever sets out to screw up a venison roast, but this doesn’t stop it from happening all too often. There are all sorts of tutorials available on how to cook a perfect venison roast. What people don’t understand is that having the perfect recipe can’t save your venison roast if you don’t take care of the meat ahead of time.
Here are four ways to not screw up your venison roast.

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