Game Meat Questions
Its my understanding that burnt meat is carcinogenic and that conventionally raised meat is pumped with hormones antibiotics etc. but if you are eating pastured meats and wild game that isnt overcooked is it any different for these meats?
I appear to have acquired a 2 lb. rabbit, quite accidentally. I have no freezer space and no oven - only an induction stove, 1 qt saucepan, some cast iron pans, and an 8 qt. stockpot. (Complete lack of freezer space means I must cook it very... (more)
Rabbit cacciatore--google it and enjoy it's deliciousness--it's pretty much a one pot meal. Then serve it over some riced cauliflower or spaghetti squash or yams..mmmmm
I am receiving a fair amount (1 lb.) of rabbit bones (presumably with some meat attached) in a few hours. I will (hopefully) be making a bone broth with them, removing the bones partway through to gnaw off the meat, then placing them back in to... (more)
Considering that rabbits "taste just like chicken" to a lot of people, you could use anything that's normally paired with chicken. I would personally opt for the ironic carrots to go with it.
I realize this question was already kind of asked, but it only got one answer so I wanted to try again. Anyone have any reputable and fairly-priced resources for buying wild game meat online? (Major points if you know somewhere that sells rabbit... (more)
First, I'll say this: officially, there are no truly wild game meat sellers. All meat sold in the US is farmed to some extent. Granted, this may be a 700 acre farm where elk roam freely and are all grass-fed only (for e.g), but it's still a farm.... (more)
I just got a letter in the mail from my butcher, they sell game meat until January. I've never eaten any type of game meat except for kangaroo. These are the options : Boar Pheasant Rabbit Venison Duck Pigeon All of these are wild caught. Does... (more)
So, inspired by the ketchup thread, I've been digging through old cookbooks at the library for a few hours, which has led to two things: 1. the conclusion that some of the best paleo cookbooks were written hundreds of years ago (seriously--i... (more)
I've seen some people here talk about eating things like kangaroo and I'd love to try it. I've enjoyed things like ostrich and wild boar at restaurants. The most unusual meat I can find here in NC is goat from the Asian grocery store. Whole Foods... (more)
Possible Duplicate: Paleo vs Vegetarian: A question of optimal Health vs evolved compassion? Should we eat meat every day? Is it possible to be vegan and paleo? Vegtarian paleo Red meat and bowel cancer Hi guys, hope you can... (more)
I did it after 4 years and I'm very happy (and healthy) for doing it. Don't be afraid to give it a trial, so you can make a full and informed decision. Best wishes to you.
I enjoy hunting and think it's a great way to get high quality meat. It's also a great way to experience primal instinct in its greatest form. I was just wondering if anyone else on the forum takes up hunting. What are people's thoughts on... (more)
So other than the usual stuff people eat (beef, chicken, pork, etc.), do you have any favorites that you've tried? I don't find these often, but I really love: Elk, Yak, Ostrich, and Tasmanian Ocean Trout (raw; this is something I've found at... (more)