In this episode, George Blitch and co-host Matthew Mitchell sit down with Jeremiah Doughty, who is best known for his company, "From Field To Plate"
Jeremiah is a wild game chef from Southern California, whose passion for the outdoors started at a very young age, but his love for it started many years later.
"In 2010 I found out I was allergic to bovine fats (BEEF) and other processed meats. This allergy forced my hand into living without store bought red meats, but I chose to take a stand against it and do my own research. Through my study of food, nutrition and allergies I found that large wild game did not hold the allergic trade within its meats. This realization brought me into the large mammal hunting world and I harvested my first antelope in 2011. I quickly found out that it was harder than I had thought, and taking my meat to the butcher was out of the question because they used beef fats in many of their machines. I struggled to find people to help me and shape me within the industry. I struggled to make the meat taste good along with trying to butcher and hunt. After understanding the basics of wild game meat, I quickly found myself as one of the guys people looked up to for simple & easy wild game recipes.
In 2016, I founded From Field To Plate as a tool for others to use and learn from. I did not have anyone there to help me when I first started in the outdoors and did not want anyone else to have that struggle. So I founded a blog with stories and recipes. In 2017, I started a hands on 4 day hunting, butchering & cooking school in South Texas. The classes have been mentioned in Outdoor life, NTWF, Mossy oak and other magazines. I have since taken over 350 new and veterans hunters into the field and kitchen.
I have evolved my business into a thriving social media outlet, passion projects, podcast, recipes and will soon be launching my first cookbook. My passion for the outdoors grows every day and cant wait to change the Hunting Industry with a fork and a knife."
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