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Topic # 86485 7-Jul-2011 10:42
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Hi There!

Anyone know of someone who can supply home user quantities of high quality venison (preferably backstrap) (KG at a time say) in Auckland?

My local butcher used to supply it but they sold out to an indian halal butcher and since then, no venison.

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  Reply # 490668 7-Jul-2011 16:17
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I would contact these guys

http://www.woodburnvenison.co.nz/

I had their stuff and it is real good.




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  Reply # 490703 7-Jul-2011 17:33
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Yummo.

P.S. I'm sure I've seen venison (different cuts) at the regular supermarkets and definitely the upmarket ones (Farro, Nosh etc).

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 490820 7-Jul-2011 21:55
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Pack n Save has venison. It's quite cheap and looks like reasonable quality. It's vacuum packed so it looks black, don't be put off by that though, when you open it up, it will go back red after a couple of minutes.

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