Venison Frenched 8-Bone Rack
    Code: GG-7077-Parent

    SKU: GG-7077

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    From New Zealand - Frozen

    From Silver Fern Farms in New Zealand come delicious and tender Venison Frenched 8-Bone Racks, naturally farmed and fed a 100% grass diet. Farm-raised on rolling green pastures, Silver Fern's vension contains no bioengineered seeds or growth hormones. Because Silver Fern deer are raised on farms, their venison holds a rich and sweet taste, standing out for its tenderness compared to tougher and gamier wild venison.

    • Size: 3 individually vacuum-sealed racks, average 3 lb each
    • Cooking Suggestions: The venison rack is a versatile cut that can be roasted whole or sliced into delicious chops and sauteed or grilled. Be sure to allow it to rest and stay covered for a few minutes post-cooking. The resting duration depends on the cut size, with larger cuts requiring longer rest periods. Venison pairs well with fruits, mushrooms, juniper berries, thyme, rosemary, beef or veal stock, and red wine. 
    • Features:
      • Frenched 
      • Grass-Fed 
      • Pasture Raised Free Range 
      • No Hormone or Antibiotic Growth Promotants 
      • Individually Vacuum Packed
    • Recommended Internal Cooking Temperatures:
      • Rare: 104° 
      • Medium Rare: 111° 
      • Medium: 129°
    • Storage & Shelf Life Info: Keep frozen until needed, and then thaw prior to cooking.

    Priced by the Pound (Catch Weight)

    This product is priced by the pound. The listed price is based on the average weight of this product and may differ from the final amount you are charged.

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    Brand:Silver Fern
    Code: GG-7077
    Origin: New Zealand - Frozen
    Each Weight: 3.00 pounds
    Pack Size: 1 Each
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