Primos Partner wrote:Call me crazy, but I'm willing to try eating anything once (except coyote). I was wondering if any of you guys have either tried eating any of these personally or heard feedback from someone who has.
Just curious on whos tried any of these. I hear crow and raccoon arent that bad at all. Id be willing to try any of these. It may be nasty, but ya never know. You just might match the perfect recipe to the weirdest sounding animal to eat
Anything with fur or feathers can be put in a gumbo or fricasee and you will never know what it is only that its delicious.
Raccoon is delicious when prepared properly but if not will be tough as boot leather.
Indaswamp wrote:Anything with fur or feathers can be put in a gumbo or fricasee and you will never know what it is only that its delicious.
That may be true... with atleast one exception- jackrabbits!! there is no way to make 'em taste good. period. Since they live in the desert.. they have adapted to have a very high ammonia content in the flesh. they do not urinate often in order to retain water. When the meat is cooked, the ammoina is released and it is foul!! take it from me.... I lost a bet years ago to a texan that I could make 'em taste good- I had no idea what I was getting into! I had to throw it out and conceed the loss, and buy everyone steaks. set me back about $200.
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