Fallow Butchery

Southernfairy

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Having eaten a few times at Mike Robinson's place in Fulham (and loved it). Does anyone else cut their fallow up like a beef animal? i.e. half the animal down the spine and then cut sirloins, t-bones etc? If so what do you use to half the animal.......
 

John Gryphon

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Butchers saw or a small toothed bog standard wood saw.

Yes a wood saw is cheaper and better than the 'hacksaw' type butchers saw imo...I buy a couple of the throw away types.

Btw I cut my fallow up as one does a sheep carcase.
 

Southernfairy

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You reckon a boggo saw will do the job tidily? Halving the thing lengthways all the way along the spine? Not arguing just interested!
 

John Gryphon

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Cut a full length sambar up with a carpenters saw easy enough,or a home killed steer as well.I have done plenty of them.
 

Rack

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A mate of mine cut a fallow carcase with a circular saw and spent ages getting little bits of meat off the ceiling!!
 
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