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Thread: So I guess Coyote does not taste that bad

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    I'll take their word for it. Not real interested in eating dog or cat.

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    In Shackleton's notes from his doomed mission to the south pole they talk about eating their dogs near the end. And those sleds dogs would have been TOUGH - not like some Philippine puppy. They said they were pretty good. But at that point they were a few weeks away from eating boiled boot leather so maybe it just matters how hungry you are...

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    Not sure why people assume it wouldn't taste good....coyote's eat well enough.

    The whole issue has more to do with the brain....get past your own preconceived ideas and is just meat...lots of places in the world canines are part of the diet. Like horses.....few people in North America will eat them....but huge market for them oversees.

    I like the way they did it up, looked good.
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    Dog meat must be good. It's standard table fair in Asia. Actually,with over two thirds of the world's population there,anything on four legs is fair game.
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    Cool vid. There is a show (supposedly real) on TV about people living in wild Alaska. The one guy on there went up from Boston 30 yrs ago without wilderness experience. He said the first winter he ate his entire dog sled team. But he stayed and learned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REMAXER View Post
    Watching some predator hunting show on wild tv and the guys wife cook up deep fried battered bobcat nuggets and the family like them...yhey said it taste like mountain lion ....if that helps lol
    Lion backstraps are supposed to be very tasty. I don't know first hand but this is what I've been told. Personally I wouldn't he one to want it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox View Post
    Just about puked just thinking about it.

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    I agree it is 100% brain, we as humans in north america attribute K9 to = pet.

    How many people have cows as pets, and horses, and chickens, and birds, and deer for goodness sake.

    Would any of you eat the poor little reindeer from marine land? I bet you would without even thinking about it.

    I tell you right now that I personally am going to try some the first yote I shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevedigs04 View Post
    I agree it is 100% brain, we as humans in north america attribute K9 to = pet.

    How many people have cows as pets, and horses, and chickens, and birds, and deer for goodness sake.

    Would any of you eat the poor little reindeer from marine land? I bet you would without even thinking about it.

    I tell you right now that I personally am going to try some the first yote I shoot.

    -Steve
    Actually I think it has nothing to do with "pet" but more predator. Not alot of predators that are commonly eaten. Birds of prey, yotes, wolves, grizzlies etc. Pelts and population control.
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    Pigs are a carrion eater, and we eat them, although the ones we usually eat have only eaten feed made from who knows what. What about wild boar? Trichinosis is a parasite known to be spread by eating K9's, and Pigs. Are their dietary habits that far apart, it mustn't be, the only war someone or something gets trichinosis, is to eat the flesh of an animal that has it.

    I have eaten Lynx on a few occasions and liked it. Coyote seems a far fetch - If you ever smelled a K9 when you gut it, you would know why.

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