It's overrated. :( We firmly believe that if you shoot it you eat it, and my husband was helping a friend control her squirrel population at one point. He brought a few home. We at them. They are nourishing but not what I would choose for my last meal. LOL! It is good in stew-type things though. Traditially Brunswick stew (served with barbecue) is made from squirrel. Now, it is made with equal parts of beef, chicken, and pork though.
i like my squirrels alive and scolding me. bunnies too. oh yeah and ground hogs and raccoons and deer.......................................................................
you can have the snakes and possums. nasty little buggers.
I do not enjoy wild (cottontail) rabbit. We raise domestic rabbits, and THAT is fantastic. It's actually a different species and tastes a lot different. Domestic rabbit doesn't really "taste like chicken" but can be used the same way. It is a lot more nutritionally dense than chicken, so if you generally eat 4 ounces of chicken you'd only need 3 of rabbit. My favorite way is barbecued on the grill!
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