Get someone a sous vide, and you’ll never eat an overcooked venison steak again. For some people, that reason alone is enough to run right out and purchase one. For all wild game, and especially venison, overcooking probably causes more sub-par meals than any other factor. Since venison is extremely lean with very little fat, overcooking it even just a little bit dries out what little moisture was in it starting out. In a sous vide, anyone can cook a deer steak to the exact temperature they want it, then toss it on the grill for a few minutes to brown the outsides a little. While many wild game cooks haven’t discovered sous vide cooking yet, those who have use one quite often.