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Get a few rabbits nice one just use saddle back legs strip the meat off the the bone , just like chicken fillet but not 5 pound a pack , free ,

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Get a few rabbits nice one just use saddle back legs strip the meat off the the bone , just like chicken fillet but not 5 pound a pack , free ,

:stupid: Just how I do them. I can't be arsed to mess around with the little bit of meat you get off the front legs. And the price of gas these days...? 2 - 2.5 hours boiling? It would be cheaper to get the chicken fillets.

 

I digressed and watched the 'Bear Grylls kills a rabbit like a Boss' videon after that one. He might be good but I'll bet my bile duct that rabbit was tethered. Either that or it had mixie. ;yes:

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try rabbit in a cook in the bag,did one tonight,mediterean chicken, but used bunny, well nice,courgette, onion,.tomatoe, cooked if for an hour,mid oven, superb eating.

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Works well for hare aswell,just use about 1 heaped teaspoon of salt in the water,leave overnight,the meat turns lighter in colour,think it is the high blood content that causes the gamey flavour,salt must draw it out

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I soaked some of mine in brine overnight, just once. They were tasteless after. Ended up putting the meat in a Korma mix. Give me the full flavour every time. Slow cooker is best.

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I soak up to 6 in a big (clean) bucket of slat water with a hefty splash of cider vinegar. Get's rid of excess blood and tenderises the meat.

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I need a little help I've started shooting rabbits and after getting past the smell I've managed to skin and gut them lol I've given them a good wash but I can see a very thin skinny film it peels off in peaces but I'm wondering if its ok left on to cook

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game chef at the yorkshire....deminstrated by removing the scent gland....you remove the shiite taste.

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