Sunday, 9 January 2011

Food Fact of the Day

The word Venison was once used to refer to the meat of any animal killed by hunting and typically applied to deer, hare, wild pig and goats. The word derives from th Latin venor (to hunt or persue).

It now generally refers to dear meat. In South Africa, venison is the meat of the antelope.


Thanks to Papa for this venison food fact!

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