How long to cook Internal Temperature

What's the Safe Internal Temp for Cooking a Venison Roast?

When it's done, the interior of a venison roast should measure at least 160 degrees on your meat thermometer. If you've never cooked venison before, you'll be glad to know it's not terribly difficult: If in doubt, you can usually cook it a lot like how you'd make a beef roast, low and slow. Try venison in your favorite pot roast recipe and you'll find that it's a great twist on a classic dish! Just be sure to check the temperature in the thickest part of the meat (without letting the probe touch bone) before you serve it.

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