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Pheasant-as part of paleo diet

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created August 27, 2010 at 5:49 PM

I've just ordered some venison from Broken Arrow Ranch. I read about them in a recent answer to a sourcing question, and now I'm looking for a source for pheasant. Does anyone know of a source and would pheasant be considered paleo?

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Not sure how to find them but if can (find them) Wild Scottish Pheasant is something to get very excited about. Much of the pheasant that you will find in the US is farmed, the flesh is very white and lacks much real flavor. W.S.P on the other hand will slap you in the face with its barnyard stench and remind you that it has been out there in the wild foraging in the fields and the wilderness. You may even find buckshot in it. It's flesh is dark red and rich in flavor. When and if you find it, be sure to eat it bloody rare-medium rare.

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You're making me salivate!

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on August 27, 2010
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Don't know a source, but why wouldn't a pheasant be paleo? Assuming it is raised the right way, that is.

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