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i am new to coyote hunting and my buddy shot his first does anyone know of any good scrapple recipes we are making the good meat into sausage and want to know what to do with the less than desireable meat thank you
 

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your buddy should have waited a couple weeks to shoot that!!the money he could have got from the club, he could be eating STEAK...
 

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Don't know what to do with the "less Desirable meat" from a coyote!
 

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I give you credit for eating the yote. Let us know how it taste.
 

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your one tough S.o.b. I hope I never make you mad!lol
 

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had a group of friends cook up some coyote in the oven one time. Said it was the worst thing they've ever tried to eat.
 

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I eat Chinese and canine meat seams to be pretty good IMO...
















 

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I found a recipe.

Smoke the yote on a cedar board for 4 hours. After 4 hours throw away the yote and eat the cedar board.
 

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78- Dont let em discourage you bout tryin yote. If these guys would try crow instead of wrinklin their nose up at it, there would be no crows left to eat it's so good. Let us know how it is!

Notch
 

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I know two guys who tried crow, they would tell you they would have to be starving before they tried it again.
 

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I don't think so, these two eat pretty much anything.
 

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Ate a fair amount dog in winter kimchi in Korea--anything in kimchi tastes like kimchi--but can't say I liked either the texture--or the thought.

Add to that and knowing what a coyote will eat---I need to loose a few pounds anyway
 

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Come on man, are you really gonna make coyote scrapple? If you are, than i tip my hat to you and give you my respect. But while tipping my hat and respecting you I will be dry heaving.
 

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thecatskinner said:
Ate a fair amount dog in winter kimchi in Korea--anything in kimchi tastes like kimchi--but can't say I liked either the texture--or the thought.

Add to that and knowing what a coyote will eat---I need to loose a few pounds anyway
Yeah... Gey-go-gee (Korean). Meaning "dog meat". No thanks.
 
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