The Interprofessional Association of the Meat (Wild ASICCAZA) has conducted a cooking workshop in Alange in which they have been involved 400 children from across Extremadura. The goal of this initiative has been that children are aware of and savor the meat of hunting, in a way that is practical and fun.
The cooking workshop ‘hunting Meat, flavor in its pure state’ has been one of the activities included in the conference organised by the Federation of Extremadura Hunting (Fedexcaza) in collaboration with the schools in extremadura to close the program for the Promotion and Assistance of the School Sport (PROADES).
Through the cooking workshop ‘hunting Meat, flavor in its pure state’ in which the children have prepared their own burger meat from deer
The children, aged between 10 and 14 years, have been able to develop a beef burger from deer that have then been able to enjoy comiéndosela being able to appreciate the taste of this product is 100% natural, authentic and healthy.
The manager of ASICCAZA, Jaime Hurtado, who has coordinated the workshop, highlighted the importance that children are aware of the benefits of game meat, they will become familiar with your taste and see it as an important part of the diet.
Hurtado recalled that “the children of today are the consumers of tomorrow,” and that is why it is important to reach out to them to encourage the domestic consumption of game meat, a meat less fat, more protein, and with a lot of calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium and zinc, so it is very healthy and beneficial for the growth of children and for sporting activity”.
The manager of ASICCAZA has highlighted that Spain is the biggest exporter of meat of hunting and that more than 90% of the meat produced in our country is exported to countries where it is highly valued as Germany, France, Belgium, Holland, Portugal and Italy. In the same way, has pointed out “that it is time that the spaniards also begin to appreciate the meat of hunting and has appreciate the features of one of the most healthy and recommended”.