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Michael Arnette
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I fried my first bit of javelina and put the second batch in the crock pot like a pot roast. The trick is to not touch the meet with knife, hands, or anything that has touched the hide. The scent is all over the hide and especially around the scent gland.
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Bisch
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OK, here is the best javi recipe that I have found:

1. Skin javi (being careful not to mess with the musk gland on the back) and lay out flat on a piece of clean plywood.

2. Take a 2x4 and beat the crap out of the javi to tenderize it.

3. Throw the javi away and eat the 2x4!

[laughing] [laughing] [laughing]

Bisch

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Michael Arnette
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[biglaugh]
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This will probably get me tarred and feathered here, but Bisch's recipe describes my experiences with how wild turkey should be handled...I've never killed one, but i have eaten a few helpings and have found it be a pretty unpleasant experience every time.

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Bisch
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quote:
Originally posted by Daz:
This will probably get me tarred and feathered here, but Bisch's recipe describes my experiences with how wild turkey should be handled...I've never killed one, but i have eaten a few helpings and have found it be a pretty unpleasant experience every time.

Ever had it soaked in buttermilk and chicken fried? Mmm-mmm Good!!!!

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[biglaugh]


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quote:
Originally posted by Bisch:
OK, here is the best javi recipe that I have found:

1. Skin javi (being careful not to mess with the musk gland on the back) and lay out flat on a piece of clean plywood.

2. Take a 2x4 and beat the crap out of the javi to tenderize it.

3. Throw the javi away and eat the 2x4!

[laughing] [laughing] [laughing]

Bisch

My cousins have a similar receipt for bluefish. The only difference is they put it on a shingle and leave it on the roof for a few weeks. [laughing]
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Everyone likes what they like. We are a weird species. We have large brains and rationalize the heck out of things. Sometimes, due to wiring code differences, what I rationalize is not what you rationalize.

In all cases of rationalization however, a common thread appears to be.... I am right and you are wrong.

Killing a griz, or a wolf, or a coyote, for whatever reason we have is " not good" to many folks. Terrible, but those mice that get into my stuff, or chipmunks that burrow under my sidewalk and cause it to sink, or groundhog that digs up and eats up my gardens, or those mosquitos and ticks.... or the birds that crap on my new car.....kill all of those *****s. They are worthless creatures. I should know... I said so. and I am right.

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ChuckC is correct.

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makes me question who owns the poll as it seems to be worded for EMOTION and against TROPHY HUNTING.

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IMHO hunting in todays world comes down to wildlife management and who commits more and puts there money to that more than ethical hunters. I myself have no motivation to trophy hunt, if I don't like to eat it I have to have an ethical reason to kill it, all within management laws and regulations,hopefully intelligent ones.
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