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How much goose should I buy?
Last Updated: 07/26/2012
You will need approximately 1.5 pounds of raw frozen goose (Whetstone Valley and All-American Holiday Geese) for each 6-8 ounce serving of meat.  Example:  Serving 8 people?  You will need approximately 12 lbs of frozen goose.

For Whole Smoked Goose and the Pre-Roasted Goose, allow approximately 1 frozen pound per 6-ounce serving

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