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Can anyone recommend a book on cleaning and cooking "URBAN" wildlife? Cats, Dogs, Pigions, Squirrels, etc.
Don't like to even think about it but I do like to eat.
-- Hungry (love to @eat.com), November 27, 1999
I have some recipes for blackbirds, squirrels, possums, etc. Go to the Prep Forum tomorrow and I'll post some.
-- bardou (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 27, 1999.
I would suggest a cook book for vegetarians.
-- Maggie (email@example.com), November 27, 1999.
How do you cook vegetarians?
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 27, 1999.
Simmer. They are often tougher than well-marbeled meat-eating couch potatoes. Especially the joggers.
-- Stew (email@example.com), November 27, 1999.
I am sure you're familiar with the title "Wokking your Dog" ...? Available ion a bookstore near you.
-- SH (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 27, 1999.
On the more serious side, most older cookbooks especially with information about pressure cookers. Squirrels are eaten routinely in the South. Pigions are just small chickens, doves, crows etc.. Now cats and dogs are eaten in other countries and make wonderful tamales. All meat should be eaten from fresh kill, now that I think about it there is a book out there on how to prepare road-kill... I raise dairy goats for meat and milk, rabbits, ducks also. Meat is a secondary problem to having enough water and fruits and veggies. We have a new hand pump on our well that works well enough but even with all my 12 years of garden tricks, the bugs at alot of my produce that was not chemicaled for bugs. Survival of the fittest....Vicki
-- Vicki (email@example.com), November 28, 1999.