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Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by dhip, Feb 17, 2011.

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  1. dhip

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    Fox,,,Now I've been around a little,I've eaten Muskrat,Raccoon,And most of the wild game around.How ever,Yeaterday I was told by a few yougens,that the people they visited this past weekend ear everything they shoot.Refuse to waste anything.And ,yes they shot a fox this past weekend,and supposedly skined it and were going to eat it.Anyone else ever here of someone eating fox???

    Doug H.
     
  2. Hawk46

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    I have a response to that question but I think I'd better keep it to myself.
     
  3. WS-1

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    Are we talking about the meat or the pelts?
     
  4. BILL GRILL

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    I eat fox on a regular basis, my wife loves it. You can even catch them in town. LOL BIll
     
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    I'm not touching that question with a ten foot pole! LOL

    Hauxfan!
     
  6. dhip

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    The meat,who knows what they due with the pelt,years ago when I trapped muskrats I'd of boarded the hide and dried it for selling.
     
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    Why not, I think the Orientals consider dogs and cats sex food!!
     
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    I certainly do not eat everything I kill.

    If someone wants to, give me your address and I'll ship the carcasses to you via Fed Ex dry ice service.
     
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    You might want to re-think eating foxes. The Russians have selectively bred Foxes to closely emulate dogs in actions and dispositions. Through proper genetic engineering they've created an animal that will interact with humans in a dog-like manner including jumping into the researchers arms, licking their faces and wagging tails. It's all in this months issue of National Geographic!!
     
  10. WS-1

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    If you'd eat a fox, would you eat a beaver? My Uncle Bill used to say that a man who wouldn't eat beaver wouldn't fight for his country.
     
  11. BILL GRILL

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    WS-1, I love BEAVER, and Let me tell you I'm a fighting fool, especially for my country. LOL, Bill
     
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    Beaver-let's be specific!!
     
  13. Hawk46

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    I've scoured the beaches for those bearded clams. :)
     
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    I've ate foxes and beavers, I like to make tacos out of them.
     
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    Hawk,

    We used to do a lot of clamming, too, but when it got real hot, we'd take a couple of girls out in the boat and go muff diving. Much cooler, plus you didn't have to worry about getting sand in their Schlitz...or was that Pabst?(Gawd, I'm getting old)
     
  16. BILL GRILL

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    LOL! I knew from the get go this thread had promise!
     
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    OK,for those who have responded that they eat fox,what's the receipe,and does it make a difference,Red or Grey.What's it taste like,or does it have it's own taste?



    Doug H.
     
  18. Hawk46

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    WS-1, too funny. Bet you found no muff too tuff and was willing to dive for five?

    Doug, red fox is always good, I have one named Grace. Never been real fond of the gray one's but my attitude has changed a lot now that I'm retired. IMO, it's all good when properly prepared and served up steamy hot! And don't overlook a good cabernet and that breast meat as it contributes to the whole dining experience.
     
  19. Recoil Sissy

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    jcl:

    A popular Korean cookbook is titled: 101 Ways to Wok Your Dog.

    sissy : )
     
  20. Hawk46

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    BTW Doug, some overlook the feet and toes but I've found that they work very well as an appetizer - especially with the cabernet. Just sayin'...
     
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