For centuries, man has harvested all types of deer for venison. It was considered a delicacy by people in medieval times, and large plots of land were used by royalty for hunting deer and other wild animals. It was also a feast for kings during the Victorian era. Until about 200 years ago, venison had been as important to Thanksgiving dinner as turkey. Today, no chemicals (steroids, etc.) are used in the deer to make them grow unnaturally, so venison is just as healthy as when they were first harvested 500,000 years ago by early man. Venison is tender, and leaner than many other meats (see chart below).
*Source: US Department of agriculture and ESHA Research analysis of venison done by The National Food Laboratory, Inc.
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