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post #101 of 149 Old 01-07-2011, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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Well why would you have someone that wasn't experience gut an animal?
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post #102 of 149 Old 01-07-2011, 03:55 PM
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So they could have the learning experience, Is my guess.
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post #103 of 149 Old 01-07-2011, 04:31 PM Thread Starter
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I guess that's true..but man would I get grossed out if they cut that open..just imagine the smell.

I have never purposly killed anything in my life.
I have lived on a hobby farm and deer legs would be in our yard and we would have a lot of animals get killed on the road or this one time I forgot to feed my bird and it died O.O I know people can be animal lovers and still kill. I'm a softy and can't do that.The only time I can is when it's suffering from something and needs to die quick.Yet,I have never done that sooo..I probably sound like a major city girl :P But I like the country much more.
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post #104 of 149 Old 01-07-2011, 06:35 PM
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Well why would you have someone that wasn't experience gut an animal?
How do you think a person becomes experienced? I gutted my first animal when I was 12.

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post #105 of 149 Old 01-07-2011, 06:52 PM Thread Starter
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How do you think a person becomes experienced? I gutted my first animal when I was 12.

I know everyone has to learn somehow at some point if they decide they want to do that. I am sorry.
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post #106 of 149 Old 01-07-2011, 07:48 PM
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I absolutely love elk but you have to be DARN careful when you dress one, and the last guy I dated, his dad had a freezer full of elk his brother had bagged and dressed and holy jesus, it made you want to cry how bad he ruined the meat. It was completey inedible, the stink was just disgusting.

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post #107 of 149 Old 01-08-2011, 12:27 AM
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I have tried horse meat before. I found it to be a sweet tasting kind of meat. I actually liked it. Would I eat it again? Yes, I would. Did you know that during WWII the you S military was the biggest buyer of horse meat? It was cheaper than beef.

Here in Korea, they raise dogs to eat. They raise a specific type of dog. It isnt your typical house yapper. They don't eat dog all the time, only in the spring in preperation for summer. It is quite expensive to eat. The reason they eat it, is they believe the dog meat contains essential nutrients to help them survive the really hot days. Just thought some of you might find that interesting.

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post #108 of 149 Old 01-08-2011, 12:31 AM
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Yes Gidget she gutted the pony first.
I gut my animals that I shoot(deer, elk, moose, buffalo) the first one was hard, but now its pretty easy. In the case of my buffalo, it took two of us to gut it, what a HUGE animal. Sure tastes good though.
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post #109 of 149 Old 01-08-2011, 12:44 AM Thread Starter
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I have tried horse meat before. I found it to be a sweet tasting kind of meat. I actually liked it. Would I eat it again? Yes, I would. Did you know that during WWII the you S military was the biggest buyer of horse meat? It was cheaper than beef.

Here in Korea, they raise dogs to eat. They raise a specific type of dog. It isnt your typical house yapper. They don't eat dog all the time, only in the spring in preperation for summer. It is quite expensive to eat. The reason they eat it, is they believe the dog meat contains essential nutrients to help them survive the really hot days. Just thought some of you might find that interesting.

Have you ate dog before too?
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post #110 of 149 Old 01-08-2011, 12:47 AM
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No, I havent eaten dog before. If I am given the opportunity I will. It is mainly put in soup. So, should be pretty interesting.

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