How To Field Dress A Squirrel – Eco Snippets

How To Field Dress A Squirrel

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Apparently they taste NUTS!

“For most reading this article, food is readily available on nearly any street corner. Securing our next meal takes very little thought, effort, and time.

The hunter-gatherer spirit inside each of us is slowly vanishing and so are the important self-reliant skills associated with hunting, gathering, and preparing our own food.  These skills sustained our ancestors for millennia before us, and now, in our modern society, are almost nonexistent.

But there are no guarantees in life. Our cup may not always runneth over. If the time ever comes when you need to summon the hunter-gatherer spirit inside of you, it is important that you know a few basic skills. One of those skills is how to field dress wild game. In this article I will teach you how to field dress a squirrel…”

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sick arseholes!!!!! lost my like right now!!!

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sick pieces of shit…eat yourselves…hate you!!!!

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    You are entitled to your “personal” opinion, but if you’re going to be vulgar about it, I for one, won’t be taking it too seriously. Pretty sad when we can abort thousands of babies daily and think little of it, yet when an animal is dispatched for food … heaven help us! O.o

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    My thoughts exactly ^

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    Maybe if we would stop getting pregnant indiscriminately we would not need to worry about abortions. Not all abortions are for the wrong reasons either.

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    I’m not here to judge anything Dawn 🙂 … just an overall observation, that’s all.

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    Liliana, where do you think your food comes from? If you eat meat, then someone had to kill and clean it for consumption. If you are a vegan, that’s different. Oh, wait, not really because the food you eat was grown in an animal habitat that was destroyed in order to grow the food for your consumption. That means animals were killed or displaced so that you can eat your veggies.

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    Oh raymond you are soo wise and soo ecological…you are right why give a sh.t about things if what ever we do everything gets destroyed…we see gutted people on the press…so hell go ahead portray the same things…peace and love your way

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Everything eats something else. Taking offense at it is both short-sighted and ignorant.

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    so does that mean that it has to be portrayed!! That is a huge problem with society now a days…people think that photos of corpses are perfectly fine…

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This is very clean, quick and humane. Great job! Thanks!

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I think I would have to become a vegetarian if it came down to this.

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    Do you eat chicken? Bacon?

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    Rarely…. but I do not have to kill, clean, skin, or process it. Unless I am literally starving this isn’t going to happen. Went through this in high school when I was FORCED to as part of a science class.

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    Black squirrels are very tasty. Cleaning them may not be for everyone though.

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    A couple of weeks ago, I killed and cleaned a couple of young roosters that I roasted and the family ate later that week.

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I plan to have them 🙂

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    I’ve only tried black squirrel. I was quite impressed. Very flavorful all things considered. Mine was roasted over an open fire at camp. The smoke might have enhanced it but either way I would have it again.

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    I hear the flavor is good but there are LOTS of bones. Sad people have such knee jerk reactions to something that is DIFFERENT. Would it be my first choice over prime rib no. Would I eat it if I was hungry you bet.

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That’s horrible!!!!

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squirrel brains are good.

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    I know a few people with squirrel brains!

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ahha! I knew there had to be an easier way to skin those buggers! I love squirrels, they are one of my favorite animals, even my biker name is “Harley Squirrel” (but not because I hunt them, I actually was given my name before I ever thought of hunting them!) But I do, and the meat is actually very good. Have fried them, stewed them, but everyones favorite is teriyaki squirrel with fried rice. Thanks for sharing the info

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Not acceptable. You are off my page.

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