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(Anchorage Daily News)   We as a country can get rid of all the invasive animal species in our lands if we join together, roll up our sleeves, and do it the American way: By eating our way out of the problem   (adn.com) divider line 4
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2014-05-26 12:05:52 PM
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I don't think starling would go over too well at restaurants.

2014-05-26 02:08:26 PM
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FrancoFile: big pig peaches: Mid_mo_mad_man: big pig peaches: If I could get some free range feral hogmeat at a decent price, up north, I would be all over it. You know how much free range pork costs. It's ridiculously expensive, but so much better then the dry "other white meat" crap.

I reckon the industrial pig farmers would have a big problem if they started exporting any I quantity.

Fera hogs are a plague. There is nothing redeeming about them. They taste nothing like free range heirloom porkers.

So they taste bad?

I know about the damage they are doing. It's really easy to see why they are forbidden by Jews and Muslims if you consider the Middle East environment is sort of like Texas. You don't what pigs crapping in all your fresh water.

I haven't had them, but I know a hunter who goes after them every year.  He says unless you get them less than a year old, they are gamey and stinky as all get-out, due to the sagebrush, mesquite, & other resinous stuff that they eat.


Any uncut male pig has stinky flesh. Tame or feral it doesn't matter
2014-05-26 12:02:11 PM
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How to cook carp:  cover carp in melted butter and salt.  Wrap in foil, cook for 25 minutes at 375 degrees.  Unwrap the foil, throw the carp away and eat the foil.
2014-05-26 12:00:03 PM
1 votes:
Been wanting to try lionfish for some time now.
 
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