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Awesome, send us a pic @viciousbaitdye !
Thanks! Much appreciated!
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Made it and looking forward to use it in the field!
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Great Instructable! Works awesome.
Molasses Deer Lick
I left mine on the counter but keeping it in the fridge may speed up the process.
To get the mold too harden can you set it in the fridge or just leave it on the counter?
Here is how it turned out with stock molasses. it's a lot darker. wish I would have used a taller skinnier mold. put a link to this in the description so people know were i got this great idea. I did notice to much sugar makes it really settle in the middle. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjG-yjfqR8U
Haha, great to hear! Thanks for sharing!
Worked well, except that it burnt easily and cracked when I took it out. I also ran out of molasses. I substituted the rest with honey and peanut butter. My suggestions are:-Put tin foil in the mold first so you can just pull the block out without breaking it.-Keep constant check of the boiling syrup.-Experiment. I used different ingredients and the deer loved it. Deer love sweet, salty, crunchy, chewy, so try different stuff.Good luck this season.P.s. didn't include an image because its all gone.
Thank you, please do let me know how it turns out. When I make it, there is a lot of water evaporating as it gets real hot, but not smoke. I'm curious how it will turn out with the evolved habitat molasses. I don't know what all is in that, so please be cautious.
I just did it with Evolved Habitats molasses. I will let you know in the morning how well it worked. I do have to ask when yours hit about 245-250 did it start to smoke, almst like it wanted to burn to the bottom of the pan?
thanks, I hope it turns out great! At least it is something fun to do in the off season!
This is awesome, finally a use for the persimmon tree in my back yard.
I made this recipe last year using black molasses. It was a big hit and drawn in some lovely bucks and doe. this year i been a little more frugal, and purchased feed grade molasses instead of the black strap. I have not yet attempted to try to make the deer canfy with the feed grade...but am curious if anyone else has and how it turned out?
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