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    SciManAl's Avatar Hardware guy
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    hello, it is a custom in my county of kansas to eat beavers... Well i was wondering if any one has any one has some good respees??
    :gunsmile: eat the beavers and ave a tree!!!

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    Save a tree - eat a beaver!!!
    I save that all the time but Lamsey tells me to hush!

    i also say "make your life like toilet paper - long and useful!"

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    Too much info



    I hear a certain kind of jelly goes well

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    Peanutbutter?

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    Petrolium
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    That's what they use to make condoms

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    Unfortunately I have never had the pleasure of consuming beaver meat.

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    Roast Beaver

    You'll be surprised at how tasty beaver really is. Barbequed Beaver Tail is a popular favorite among old-timers. Speaking of old, here is a recipe that is ideal for those larger, older beavers who may not be as tender as the young'uns.



    Wash beaver thoroughly with saltwater.
    Soak it overnight in water to cover plus the vinegar and 1 Tbs. salt.
    Next day, drain the meat, wash again and cover with 2 quarts fresh water plus the soda.
    Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes.
    Drain again, pat dry and place beaver in roasting pan. Salt & pepper the meat.
    Cover with sliced onions and bacon or salt pork.
    Place lid on roaster pan and bake at 375 degrees until tender.
    Serve with a tart jelly or my Homemade Cranberry Sauce.

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    FRIED BEAVER


    1 small beaver (20 lbs.), cleaned and skinned,


    cut into serving pieces, strips or cubes
    6 slices bacon
    1 tsp. seasoning salt
    Remove fat from beaver and soak overnight in cold water. Drain. Cook in small amount of water until tender, then fry with bacon and seasoning salt. Variation: substitute hickory-smoked seasoning salt for plain seasoning salt.

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    oops sorry, wrong topic oops:

    anyway, beaver sounds horrible!

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