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Are venison sticks good for you?

Are venison sticks good for you?

Nutritional value: Venison is typically very lean and packed with protein. It also contains high levels of iron and potassium. Venison snack sticks: Our venison snack sticks are the perfect way to get your protein in when you’re on-the-go.

What temperature should venison snack sticks be?

165 degrees
Cook until the internal temperature of the center of the Snackin’ Sticks reach 165 degrees. Use a meat thermometer to check to be safe. It should take around 2 hours to cook.

Do deer snack sticks need to be refrigerated?

First, a meat stick is non-perishable and shelf-stable. It can be safely stored at room temperature without any special handling or refrigeration.

How long do deer snack sticks last?

If properly sealed and packaged, snack sticks can last in the freezer for several months or in the refrigerator for 2-3 weeks.

How much pork do you put in deer snack sticks?

Any leaner, and you risk a dry and crumbly texture. This is especially important when making venison sticks such as deer sticks. When working with venison, we recommend adding about 50% venison and 50% pork trim with 50% fat content.

Do deer sticks need to be refrigerated?

How long are deer sticks good for in the fridge?

How Long Do Venison Sticks Last in the Fridge? Venison sticks will last for up to six months in the fridge, provided they are packaged in an airtight container or ziplock bag. To extend their shelf life, you can store venison sticks in the freezer for nine months up to a year.

How much water do you put in a snack stick?

Mix 2½ pounds (5 cups) of purified* water and the 1 oz. pkg of quick cure (Sodium Nitrite) thoroughly. (Water to meat ratio is 1 lb. of water for every 10 lbs.

How long are venison sticks good for?

Store in refrigerator for 2 weeks if vacuum sealed about 7 days if stored in a zip loc. Snack sticks can be frozen up to 6 months. Venison snacks sticks are a great way to enjoy venison and they are so simple to make.

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