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    I watched that show a good bit, probably watched that episode, will pull it up again and get more details. I’m pretty competent around the different cuts and very comfortable cutting up any animal, just have never done the actual processing and grinding
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irving View Post
    Steve Rinella has a show on Netflix called Meat Eater. It's mostly hunting, but he peppers in episodes about cooking or preparing game meat. The is a whole episode on breaking down a deer. I'm sure that him, and a million others, have even more content on YouTube.
    Yeah, there are a ton of youtube videos that show you how to separate all of the different muscle groups/cuts and what each muscle is good for as in steaks, roasts, stew, osso buco, burger.. whatever. Honestly it looks pretty simple to do, just time consuming.

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    Do it all in the garage. Dad always used a oiled sheet of plywood growing up in ND. A couple years ago I started using food grade HDPE plastic. Found a plastics factory in Washington state that sold me a 4x8 sheet of plastic for $20. Stationed in Omaha I paid $50 for a 4x8 sheet probably 1/8" thick, had them cut it in 4 two foot sheets for storage. Just throw it on the plywood for a large plastic cutting board.
    Need to find a plastics factory in Colorado to get new sheet, let me know if you know of any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barney fife View Post
    Do it all in the garage. Dad always used a oiled sheet of plywood growing up in ND. A couple years ago I started using food grade HDPE plastic. Found a plastics factory in Washington state that sold me a 4x8 sheet of plastic for $20. Stationed in Omaha I paid $50 for a 4x8 sheet probably 1/8" thick, had them cut it in 4 two foot sheets for storage. Just throw it on the plywood for a large plastic cutting board.
    Need to find a plastics factory in Colorado to get new sheet, let me know if you know of any.

    1 of 3-4 in the denver area, on google search
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    For some years we used a plywood board over the island with butcher paper for the cutting surface. Now I bring in a folding plastic table for the meat cutting and simply tape the paper, shiny side up, directly to the table. We use cutting boards on the paper which are easily taken to the sink for washing. At the end of the day the paper is rolled up and tossed for easy clean up.

    We usually have two tables, one for meat cutting, another for fine trimming and vacuum packaging. Makes for a neat and clean production.
    So far, so good....

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    Sniper, how goes your adventures in home processing? Hooked yet?
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