Not suitable for home freezing.
Our venison has a short season - we estimate it will be available until around the 15th November.
Previously frozen. Defrost thoroughly before cooking. Dust with seasoned flour. Heat a knob of butter and a splash of oil in a pan. Fry the liver for 2 mins each side for medium-rare, 3 mins for more well-done meat. Or chop into ribbons and stir-fry for 1 min. Good with onion gravy, mash and seasonal greens.
Keep in the fridge below 5˚C. Pre-frozen, do not refreeze.
Sometimes you may notice that your venison looks a little brown. Don’t worry – this is perfectly natural and safe! Red meat contains a protein called myoglobin, which goes brown when it meets oxygen. Venison contains more myoglobin than beef, so it goes brown much faster. It doesn’t mean that the meat isn’t fresh, or affect its flavour at all.
About our venison
All our venison comes from small organic herds reared on Westcountry family farms in Looe and Exmoor. They graze a natural diet of clover-rich grass and wild flowers, roaming the land in natural rutting groups. The result is a tender and very healthy meat, with a milder, less gamey flavour than wild venison. Venison is a healthy meat; lower in fat than skinned chicken breast, higher in iron than any other red meat, low in cholesterol and brimming with Omega-3s.