Cooked, Wild Goose Breast

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I realize this recipe won’t be for everyone but here in Montana, we hunt.  We have a chocolate lab who LOVES to hunt.  Not only does he flush birds, he points.  If you know about hunting dogs, you know that that is unusual in a lab.  Nonetheless, we are blessed and lucky to be able to shoot a few geese a year right here on our own property.

Cooking a goose is an art in my opinion.  So here’s our tasty, delicious recipe!  The secret is that a goose needs to be cooked, and then just needs to “offgas” for 24 hours.  Then sliced thin as you can see in the picture.

We cooked a goose a few Christmas’s ago, let it “offgas” and then took it to a Christmas gathering.  Everyone thought it was roast beef.  If you do this right, it won’t be gamey at all.

Ingredients: 

Breast meat off 1 wild goose

 

Directions:

1.  Preheat oven to 400 F.  Put the goose in an open, oven safe, deep sided skillet or French Oven like Le Creuset has.  Cover loosely with some foil.  Cook until a meat thermometer reads  145 F.

2.  Remove from the oven, cover  and let it “rest”.  Then put it in a glass container and place in the fridge for 24 hours.  As I said, this is the critical step as goose needs to offgas a bit.

3.  Slice thin, salt, and enjoy!  We use Himalayan pink salt a lot as it has 80+ trace minerals.    Eat with a lot of delicious, healthy, non-starchy veggies, and my grain-free flatbread or my grain-free corn-free cornbread.

 

Meet Buddy our Chocolate Lab! 103

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 About Tracy Konoske, MS, RDN

meet_tracyTracy Konoske is an eclectic clinician and uses a blend of natural, integrative, functional, and personalized medicine to help her patients feel their best.  Tracy understands that there are 4 drivers of chronic disease:  Toxins, Infections, Stress, and Diet.  And it's often a combination of all 4 that lead to a chronic health condition, and thus it takes a treatment plan addressing each of the 4 to resolve and reclaim good health.  Tracy has recovered from 2 "perfect storm" situations which had drastic effects on her health and led to multiple mystery illnesses and diagnosis including Lyme.

By reducing the burden of these triggers, Tracy is successfully resolving:

  • Fatigue (anemia's, adrenals, thyroid-related, chronic fatigue syndrome, ME-CFS)
  • Auto Immune Conditions (Hashimoto's, Lupus, MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Celiac)
  • Mental Health Conditions (anxiety, depression, OCD, ADD/ADHD)
  • Cognitive Dysfunction (trouble concentrating, forgetfulness, symptoms of early Alzheimer's)
  • Digestive Disorders (low hydrochloric acid, "leaky gut", Candida Albicans, Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth SIBO, IBS, Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis)
  • Migraines and chronic headaches
If you've one or more of the above-mentioned conditions, or have been told you have Lyme or chronic Lyme,  there's a good chance you are in the right place. If you have a history of chronic sore throats, tonsillitis or tonsillectomy, mononucleosis, glandular fever, shingles, and/or cold sores, there's a good chance you are in the right place.

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