Indigenous Women Show How To Butcher A Moose!
Knowing how to cut up a moose doesn’t just save on butchering costs; it also enables you – if the animal has to be hauled from deep bush – to carve it up on the spot first, so you can carry out lighter portions, instead of entire quarters at a time.
This is a common skill among First Nations since they often process their game right in camp. This video features two “Dene Tha” women to show you how it’s done. The video is quite long but, if you want to learn, this a good way to get yourself prepared.
The butchering shown is processing the hind quarters, where most of the best meat resides.
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