The tongues below are from a buffalo, elk, and whitetail deer donated by fellow hunters that didn’t want them. All three tongues are edible and you can cook them several different ways—though obviously, the bigger the animal, the bigger the tongue, and the larger the meal. A buffalo or a moose tongue will feed 4 or 5 people, whereas an elk tongue might only feed two. It takes a few deer tongues to make a meal. Fortunately, most hunters don’t cut tongues out so you can usually grab all the tongues you want at deer camp, or simply put the word out to all your friends.