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i shot a mess of buffleheads yesterday morning in saltmarsh i was wondering if they are worth eating i already cleaned them and im going to try them and was wondering if any body else has ate them
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just cook them like any other duck
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jjohnson_714- Your buffs must be different from mine. LOL The ones down here are not tasty at all. Those kind of divers are best served up as pepper sticks. IMO
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divers are best made into jerky. ive heard that soaking and boiling them in milk helps. then bread them and fry em up or whatever way you wanna try it.
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soak them and some bacon in hot sauce for about 20 minutes. Wrap them in the bacon and grill. I think they are one of my favorite ducks.
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We call them butter ducks, they taste great, very mild for a diver, especially compared to whistlers. Roasted with a salt/pepper/allspice rub with a honey glaze is perfect. Use 50/50 honey and worchchester sauce, glaze every 10-12 minutes for about 1 1/4 hrs.
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