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    Now that's tag soup!
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    You know, I have heard of that many times but not actually seen a good recipe for it. That looks pretty tasty! Lol
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    Thats funny! I could make a pot of that every year. There's always unused tags in our household

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    Actually, it has a somewhat bitter taste.

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    I have the same soup this year. Only it's the Idaho Elk tag soup flavor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Root View Post
    I have the same soup this year. Only it's the Idaho Elk tag soup flavor.
    Ours is a blend of 2 deer tags and one elk tag. Pretty common blend, but usually more elk than deer.

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    Now thats funny IKIC!! I hear its best to soak the tag for a week first to soften it up

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    I had some of that this year too.. My recipe included elk, bear and tears.

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    For only the 2nd time in my hunting career, I didn't have tag soup this year lol
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    I think I'll save my elk tag till I run out of antelope sausage

 

 

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