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How About Some Stuffed Moose Heart?

Most Alaskans (and state law) strongly uphold the idea that if you shoot an animal, you need to use as much of the animal meat as you can. Anything else is termed “wanton waste.” At various times, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game has aided efforts to use game animals for food by publishing recipes. Recently I had a reference question that took me to the Alaska Fish and Wildlife News Articles Archive at http://www.wildlife.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=wildlife_news.archive and noticed the following recipes, among others:

If you click on the Stuffed Moose Heart recipe above, you’ll see that a moose heart is about the size of a basketball.

I bring up these recipes in part because when most people think about government information, they think about piles of laws or long statistical tables. It’s so much more than that. This time it is unusual recipes.

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