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Old 06-27-2006, 10:14 AM
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Well the problem with cookin out a wolve is that the sappy nasty gummy crud it leaves when you cook the rabbit can and will make you sicker than a dog. I watch an old boy one time who ate a rabbit in this condition suffer for a week with symptoms not unlike scurvey. He finally went to the hospital and the doctors there kindly fixed him up for a nominal fee. . . . . . They also informed him had he waited another few day he probably would have died of dehydration.

Anyway no thread is too old to reply too if somebody feels like they have something of vaule to add. And I think you did. It is true that most other things you get in rabbit will cook out if ya get it hot enough.

mmm mmmm blackened rabbit cajun style

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