Buffalo meat

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Buffalo meat

Anyone tried this? What did you think?

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Gerry

bison and buffalo

"Anyone tried this? What did you think?"
Marinade in wine and olive oil, cook gently to not more done than medium-rare, then rest as usual. Delicious if cooked carefully.

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tubs

buffalo and bison

......reminds me of that old joke. What's the difference between a buffalo and a bison? You can't wash your hair in a buffalo!
Sorry, just a bit of Bank Holiday fun!

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Buffalo

Thanks everyone. I just wondered what the general opinion was as tried the Laverstoke park mince in a bolognaise and it was absolutely delicious. Much nicer than beef!

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Expat Badger

Bison

quite common here - you can get it in the supermarket. Quite a bit more expensive than beef (but then beef here is cheap)

it's nice - we don't have it that often but when we do it's good. Nice and lean

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Buffalo

It is more expensive than beef here too, but I picked some up as it was on special offer and I'm so glad I did. I think I'll switch as I'd rather eat less of something really good. Much nicer texture imo, and great flavour.

I was interested in other people's views as the Laverstoke meat comes from an individual farm where the animals are raised in a very natural way, which is going to give a better product regardless of the type of animal.

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Saucey

Buffalo

I like it minced but cannot eat it as a steak - too strong in flavour for me. As a burger it is delish.

 
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