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Would you eat a groundhog?

 
Guitarguy52
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Would you eat a groundhog?
My dad used to shoot em in the summertime and my stepmother would make barbequed groundhog instead of chicken it was like eati a size 15 tire with a little sauce on it tough as nails!!!
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Anything like that i would either do in a stew with a slow cooker or can the meat. It will always come out much more moist. I've had it and it was good. The guy did it in a slow cooker. Now, bear on the other hand...their meat is more marbled like prime rib. The one i got was delicious but it was younger too. I marinated it over nite in strips and cooked it over the fire. Shit melted in your mouth!
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Anything like that i would either do in a stew with a slow cooker or can the meat. It will always come out much more moist. I've had it and it was good. The guy did it in a slow cooker. Now, bear on the other hand...their meat is more marbled like prime rib. The one i got was delicious but it was younger too. I marinated it over nite in strips and cooked it over the fire. Shit melted in your mouth!
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Thanks for the info maybe I'll try it that way!!
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
WTF?
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
WTF?
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Just don't pick up the road kills they arn't quite as yummy!! lol
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
My dad used to shoot em in the summertime and my stepmother would make barbequed groundhog instead of chicken it was like eati a size 15 tire with a little sauce on it tough as nails!!!
 Quoting: Guitarguy52

I have never eaten anything like that. But know of people that still shoot racoons and sell them to people. When I lived in korea, My dog got hit by a car. My girlfriend gave it to her friend that had a sick husband...snif, that wanted to eat him. I guess dogs (according to them) have medicinal usage.
By groundhog, Im assuming you mean woodchuck?
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
No, I've no interest.... but thanx for asking....
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
People don't realize that 99% of the beef/pork/chicken they eat is injected, fed chemicals and left to live their life in their own shit and piss. These wild animals eat mostly grass, nuts, berries, or other animals. Let them watch a PETA movie on the meat industry once and then come back to me and say that eating wild animals is gross.
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
They're good if prepared right, parboil first and then gently pan-fry...yummy!

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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
wouldn't be my first choice, but if I was hungry...
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Isn't that beastiality?
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
People don't realize that 99% of the beef/pork/chicken they eat is injected, fed chemicals and left to live their life in their own shit and piss. These wild animals eat mostly grass, nuts, berries, or other animals. Let them watch a PETA movie on the meat industry once and then come back to me and say that eating wild animals is gross.
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Livin in the Mountains of Pa I grew up on wild game the last year before I went into the service we had roast Pheasant instead of turkey. Wish we would have done that more often!
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Isn't that beastiality?
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Only if ya take em to the sack before ya kill em!!!
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Isn't that beastiality?

Only if ya take em to the sack before ya kill em!!!
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Its not wrong if nobody catches you, right?

Call it the special sauce or whatever, I just think they taste better after they've had a hot meat injection.
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Isn't that beastiality?
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Naw, that's just how us rednecks 'salt brine' em before we cook em!
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Isn't that beastiality?

Naw, that's just how us rednecks 'salt brine' em before we cook em!
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Sweeeeeeet!!!!
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
'Chuck shoots are popular for keeping the local populations under control....lots of benchrest shooters trying out their tack drivers....I used to arrow them with a long bow....as for eating, they ain't bad at all...the dogs love eating them too...
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Isn't that beastiality?

Only if ya take em to the sack before ya kill em!!!
 Quoting: Guitarguy52


I guess that is what they mean when they say, "marinated in your own juices". LOL
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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Isn't that beastiality?

Only if ya take em to the sack before ya kill em!!!


I guess that is what they mean when they say, "marinated in your own juices". LOL
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Woodchuckie me love you long tlme!!!

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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Now, bear on the other hand...their meat is more marbled like prime rib. The one i got was delicious but it was younger too. I marinated it over nite in strips and cooked it over the fire. Shit melted in your mouth!
 Quoting: Richard Strong



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Re: Would you eat a groundhog?
Now, bear on the other hand...their meat is more marbled like prime rib. The one i got was delicious but it was younger too. I marinated it over nite in strips and cooked it over the fire. Shit melted in your mouth!



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Come one come all! I'll supply the 'meat'!
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