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Postby Kiskadinna » Mon Dec 10, 2007 2:57 pm

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Postby Tom Phillips* » Mon Dec 10, 2007 3:03 pm

skybuster512 wrote:in the past couple of years i have seen alot of birds with this parisite dont rele know y but should i eat them or not. today i shot a black duck with this disease should i eat it or not.


It's interesting to know that you've seen a lot of birds with these parasites (pokeboater, take notice).

Cook your birds and you can eat them. No sweat. If the infection is really bad, you can still eat them, but you might not want to. If you don't believe me, just do an internet search on "rice breast," and explore it yourself.

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Postby jeff_osu » Mon Dec 10, 2007 9:39 pm

Yeah, stomach acids don't do squat to most internal parasites, they're remarkably resilient.

I've seen some in favor of eating these ducks and others opposed (myself included), is there any scientific evidence of human infection?
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