Win Bison Patties For Your Fourth of July Cookout

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I love a good burger, don't you too? Burger lovers listen up. Are you thinking about meat that has less fat, cholesterol, and hormones, than beef? Consider bison meat.  

Buffalo and bison meat is used interchangeably by most people, but bison and buffalo two different members of the same family. Buffalos are native to Africa and Asia and bison are found in North, South American and Europe. 
Bison meat has less fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol per serving. It also has more protein per serving. Go here to see all of the comparison stats: bison versus beef. For those who are concerned about the environment, and we all should be, grass-fed bison help the ecosystem through grazing and producing less greenhouse gas than cows.

If you would like to try bison meat, Buffalo Gal offers an assortment of meat products from bison patties, bison, ground beef, bison steaks and roasts to elk, and boar meat. They also have plenty of sales you might want to check out. 

The Frugal Exerciser is giving away four 1/2 pound bison patties by Buffalo Gal for your 4th of July celebration. The last day to enter is June 26, 2019, and good luck to all.

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  1. I haven't tried bison yet, but have heard it is healthy and tasty. I am not sure what the difference is between the two, but I believe that bison are bred, so not endangered.

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  2. I will grill the bison if I win. If not, burgers and hot dogs

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  3. I haven't had the opportunity to try bison yet. The difference is bison live in North America, South America & Europe, while Buffalo live in Africa & Asia. I would love the chance to try bison!

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  4. I would love to try the Buffalo Gal's Highlander Beef Ribeye Steaks! Yum!

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  5. We will be grilling steaks and hotdogs on the 4th of July! Can't wait!

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  6. I have always wanted to try this because I hear it is so good.

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  7. I want to try a roast for a Sunday dinner.

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  8. I have never ate this before but am willing to try!

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  9. No, I have never tried bison burgers, but I would love to try them.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  10. We will be grilling burgers and hot dogs this 4th of July.

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  11. I would like to try Buffalo Gal's Bison Filet Mignon Steaks

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  12. I have never had bison meat. I did not know the difference between bison and buffalo. Apparently we label bison as buffalo the same way we label Native Americans as Indians. The early settlers mislabeled them and it stuck!!

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  13. They also have wild boar, yak, and elk products that I would like to try.

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  14. I've never tried bison before.

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  15. I have eaten bison burgers before and love them, esp. because they can legally be cooked rarer than beef. There is no difference between bison and American buffalo; they are the same animal. Actual buffalo are a different bunch of animals altogether, particularly water buffalo.

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  16. I have never tried bison, but I would love to try it. I love that it is a leaner red meat and has great nutritional content.

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  17. I would love to try the Bison steaks on my grill!

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  18. I love it. The best I ever ate was Bison burger in a pie like treat with cheese. One difference between the two is Bison have a large, tall hump located squarely on top of its shoulders; this hump is absent in the buffalo species.

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  19. I have tried it before and I think they are leaner.

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  20. Whole Bison Tenderloin sounds really delicious!

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  21. I haven't really planned on what to grill on the fourth of July just yet but I hope some of these burgers! We grill and smoke year round. My fiance' has never had anything like this..only beef or deer so this would be a real treat!

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  22. Hamburgers, hotdogs and chicken.

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  23. I have not tried them, but I really want to!

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  24. Never tried it but would love to!

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  25. Bison burgers are delicious. Matters where they are native to.

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  26. I have never tasted bison burgers, but would love to try. I do not know what the difference is between buffalo and bison.

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  27. I would like to try the bison breakfast links and summer sausage.

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  28. I have tried buffalo years ago, and I loved the leaner less greasy taste and feel of it!! So..the only difference between bison and buffalo is geographically? I always thought they were one and the same...

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  29. The bison breakfast links sound absolutely scrumptious.. I love breakfast no matter what meal it is!

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  30. Honestly, our condo doesn't allow us to grill, so I truly have no clue what's for dinner.

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  31. I've never tried Bison. It looks delish. Thanks for posting!

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  32. I have never had bison burgers but I love a good burger and definitely wanna try them.

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  33. I've never had the good fortune to try Bison burgers, but really enjoy them I'm sure! "It's so common, in fact, that we sometimes use the two interchangeably. But if you really want to know the difference between a buffalo and a bison, the American Bison is native to North and South America and Europe, while the other two buffalo species reside in Africa and Asia."

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  34. I love the looks of that "Whole Bison Tenderloin"!!!

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  35. I have never tried Bison before but would love to.

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  36. I haven't tried bison yet. The difference is bison live in North America, South America & Europe, while Buffalo live in Africa & Asia.

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  37. I have not tried bison burgers yet but my husband has and says it is delicious.

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  38. I think we are grilling burgers and hot dogs.

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  40. The roast looks amazing and we haven't tried it yet.

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  41. We love buffalo burgers- a couple of restaurants serve them here. I did not know there was a difference until I read your post. Two members of the same family!

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  42. We can't grill in our building- we'll be headed to Blues Fest.

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  43. I don't know the difference is between the two , and I haven't tried it yet but if I win I will be cooking them on the grill with my friends.

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  44. I've only had them once and they were so yummy!

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  45. Bison is good meat and very lean and tender.

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  46. Never have but it sounds good!

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  47. Not sure what we will be grilling yet!

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  48. Bison hotdogs sound good!

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  49. No, I've never tried eaten bison burgers, however I know that its naturally lean & its high in iron. It also taste similar to beef.

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  50. The Bison Prime Rib definately looks mouthwatering. Would love to try!

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  51. On the 4th, I would grill chicken, hotdogs & a variety of veggies.

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  52. Ive never tried Bison ,but a few people I know have and they enjoyed it!

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  53. I've tried Bison and I remember it being meaty but not too heavy.

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  54. I'd love the ground elk meat. I love elk!

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  55. i have never had Bison Burger! I want to try it though!

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  56. I have never tried a bison burger, but would love to try.

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  57. I have had buffalo, but I don't think I have had bison. I have no clue what the difference between the two is.

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  58. Love Bison! All I know is what we have in the US are Bison not Buffalo - Buffalo are in Africa and Asia

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  59. i never had this type of burger but would be interested in trying. Buffalos are native to Africa and Asia and bison are found in North, South American and Europe. ty for the chance :)

    ranmel(at)televar(dot)com

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  60. Scottish Highlander Beef as it sounds interesting and very different!

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  61. I have not eaten Bison burgers. The American Bison is native to North and South America and Europe, while the other two buffalo species reside in Africa and Asia.

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  62. I would like to try the Bacon-Wrapped Stuffed Chicken Breast

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  63. If I were grilling I would grill ribs but I'm not so I won't!

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  64. I have tried the bison before and I guess it's more tasty and nutritious than the beef.

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  65. I have had the before and they are awesome!

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  66. I would love to try the Bison Steaks.

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  67. I am hoping to be grilling bison burgers for the 4th Of July. But it will probably be hot dogs and hamburgers.

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  68. Would love to try Bison Burgers looks very tasty and healthy good protein for your body.

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  69. I've only had bison one time a a conservation cook out. It was very good.

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  70. I've had buffalo many times. It makes a good tasting burger. I've never had bison however.

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  71. I have eaten Bison, and it is delicious! I’m not totally sure, but I think Bison are native to America and Buffalo are not.

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  72. I have had bison, wild boar, and elk, but have never eaten yak. I’d love to try some.

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  73. I would love to try Bison. Some of my family have and they love it. I do not know the difference between bison and buffalo.

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  74. I visited Buffalo Gal and would love to try the Highlander Beef Jerky.

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  75. I will be grilling steaks and hot dogs on this 4th of July.

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  76. I'd love to have some high quality meat for the 4th.

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  77. From buffalo gal,Elk Tenderloin looks amazing

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  78. I am not sure if I've tried either.

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  79. We had bison burgers at the state fair one year, they were super tasty. Would love to try them again.

    ellen beck on form

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  80. I've had bison burgers at a local restaurant. They were the most delicious burgers I've ever had. Bison are native to North and South America and Europe, while the buffalo species reside in Africa and Asia.

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  81. I have not eaten a bison burger but my husband has - he loves them. I also do not know the difference between bison & buffalo.

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  82. I would love to try the bison sirloin tip roast.

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  83. My husband loves bison burgers and says that they are much more lean than beef. I have not had a bison burger myself.

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  84. I'd like to try the Bison Bratwurst.

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  85. I have never eaten Bison beef, but I have eaten Buffalo beef. According to your article, Bison meat has less fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol per serving. It also has more protein per serving.

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  86. I would like to try the Bison Ribeye steaks. I doubt I'll be grilling anything this July 4th.

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  87. I love bison burgers and eat them when I have a chance. I live in an area where they are on many menus. Bison and buffalo are used interchangeably for the animals that are bison.

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  88. I have eating a bison burger but have never tried buffalo. Buffalo are indigenous to South Asia and Africa vs bison are in North America and Europe. Also, the horns of a bison are shorter and they have a hump at their shoulders.

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  89. I plan on grilling corn, chicken burgers and vegetable kabobs on the 4th of July.

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  90. I would love to try the Highlander Beef Tenderloin!

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  91. I have had bison before. Buffalo are actually from Africa and Asia. Bison from North and South America.

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  92. No, I have not had bison burgers before. I heard they are very healthy so I want to try.

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  93. I have not tried them before but they look amazing. Thank you

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  94. I have had a bison burger once before. It was excellent! Bison are in North America. Buffalo are in Africa and Asia.

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  95. I'd like to try the elk tenderloin.

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  96. We will be having hamburgers and hotdogs.

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  97. No, but I would love to try it. My boyfriend loves them!

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  98. I've always wanted to try elk meat.

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  99. Never tried it, and bison and buffalo are from differeareas.

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  100. No I have never tried bison burgers before, but I would like to.

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  101. Yes I have. I believe the difference is that Bison meat is leaner

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  102. No, I have never tried Bison burgers. The difference in buffalo and bison is that "Bison meat has less fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol per serving. It also has more protein per serving."

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  103. I haven't ate Bison Burgers they sound delicious though would love to try

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  104. Bison is the best. My dream was to raise a small herd of 8-10 so I'd always have the meat. Just have not won the lottery yet.

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  105. I tried a buffalo burger when I was a kid. I don't believe I have tried bison. Bison is leaner.

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  106. I've never tried Bison. It sounds great.

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  107. I have never tried bison burgers before but I would love to try them they sound yummy.

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  108. I would love to try these steaks www.buffalogal.com/Bison-New-York-Strips-P40.aspx

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  109. I would love to try these. I have had buffalo but not bison yet.

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  110. I have made and eaten bison burgers many years ago, it tastes so good.

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  111. We will likely be having hot dogs and hamburgers.

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  112. I would love to try their ground elk. I think that would be good.

    ellen beck

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  113. I have had bison burgers before and enjoyed them. Bison are found in North America and Europe whereas Buffalo are found in Asia and Africa.

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  114. I think the Bison Flank Steaks look wonderful and I would love to try.

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  115. We usually grill hamburger for the fourth of July.

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  116. I have tried buffalo burgers before. I don't know of a difference between buffalo and bison. They are leaner and have more protein.

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  117. We will be grilling hamburgers and hot dogs and corn on the cob. Yum!!!

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  118. The bison hot dogs and breakfast links sound super delicious. They have a very nice selection of items.

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  119. I have eaten bison many times. Every time I go to Hopdoddy in Texas I get a bison burger, because to me it is way more flavorful and delicious than regular beef!

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  120. I would LOVE to try the bison filet mignon! I am curious if I would like it more than normal beef because filet is my absolute favorite cut for beef.

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  121. I am probably grilling up some white hots and corn on the cob on the 4th!

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  122. I have never tried bison, but I have heard it's delicious! I would love to taste it!

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  123. Never tried it but would love to! Differences are location and bison have beards and buffalo do not.

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  124. I have not eaten bison burgers. The difference between buffalo and bison is where they originate.

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  125. i never had bison burgers.Bison meat has less fat

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  126. I haven't had the chance to try bison. I have other exotics. Ostrich, emu and alligator.

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  127. No I haven't had a Bison burger yet. Bison seems to be a little healthier than buffalo.

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  128. No, never tried it but have been interested in doing so.

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  129. I haven't tried bison burgers yet.
    I have tried buffalo before.

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  130. I will grill burger patties and chicken.
    I like the Highlander Ground Beef from Buffalo Gal.

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  131. I haven't tried Bison burgers before. Bison meat has less fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol per serving. It also has more protein per serving

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  132. The Highlander Beef Jerky looks good from Buffalo Gal.

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  133. I will be grilling brats on the 4th of July.

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  134. I'm grilling salmon, one of my favorites.

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  135. I have never tried a Bison burger before but I would love to.

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  136. I would love to try the Bison New York Strips along with the Bison burgers.

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  137. We are planning on hot dogs and burgers for the 4th of July. I would love to try the Bison burgers. Thanks for the chance!

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  138. I haven 't tried Bison burgers. Bison are native to North and South America and Europe, while buffalo are native to Arica and Asia.

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  139. I would like to try the Bison Filet Mignon Steaks.

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  140. We will be grilling burgers and hot dogs.

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  141. Yes, I have and buffalo is a misnomer for bison. They are different animals from different areas from around the world.

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  142. They are different members of the same family. I have never tried bison meat before

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