If no would you try it?
so many people who eat meat just don't want to think of what they're eating as animals, wake up
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Yup, wasn’t really a fan but it was cooked well. You know how sometimes you get really strong tasting lamb or roo? It’s like stringier chicken thigh with that stronger flavour
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I shoot them in the garden fairly regularly, although I've bagged a lot more wood pigeons recently.
Anyway, regardless, we eat them. I skin them, clean them, and then they go into the freezer until the next visit from the in-laws to be, when they get made into various things.
It tastes good, provided you know what to do with it. Ours are wild, so they need marinating in vinegar beforehand, and then stewing for a long time to get them tender. Farmed ones wouldn't need this.
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We used to farm rabbits back home, so I got to eat them pretty frequently.
It's probably my least favorite kind of meat after poultry, super tough, dry and lean.
If you leave cooked chicken breasts out on the counter to dry overnight, you will get something close to what rabbit tastes like.