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 How to Tenderize Alligator Meat?

Answer Certain areas of alligator meat requires tenderizing, such as the neck and leg area. The meat is used in various dishes, including soups and stews or as burgers for sandwiches. Low in fat, alligato... Read More »
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How to Tenderize Meat?

Any cut of meat, no matter how inexpensive, can be made tender and delicious with the right techniques. Tenderizing involves breaking down the muscle fibers in the meat to soften the texture, makin... Read More »
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Frog legs Deer Meat Or Alligator Meat Which would you want to try?

I've eaten Venison *deer* and Bear, but not Frogs legs or Alligator. I think I'd want to try Alligator, Frogs legs would be too small for me, I'd probably have to eat alot to get a taste for them.E... Read More »
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How to Tenderize Meat with Beer?

Cooking with beer, wine, and liquors can offer you a whole range of flavor possibilities otherwise inaccessible. Beers and wines can add rich, caramel-like flavors or lively, floral notes, all with... Read More »
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Is the fat in alligator meat poisonous?

"No. But animal fat is high in saturated fat, so it's not healthful either." Alligator fat is not poisonous. At the same time, it's not something you would want to eat and has a rancid type taste.
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