Austin, TX. (PRWEB) February 10, 2012
The current Absolute Rights newsletter talks about using unusual foods during a disaster or crisis situation when there is a breakdown of America’s food supply system. There are many exotic foods to eat during a crisis that people have never considered using, reveals the Absolute Rights newsletter.
The Absolute Rights newsletter explains that Raccoons are like a fat pig when it comes to cooking them, and the best way for mid-size and smaller coons (under 15 pounds) is to roast them. Now the trick to cooking coons is to have the meat above the heat so the fat can drip down, a lot like cooking hamburgers or chicken on a grill, explains the current Absolute Rights newsletter.
For example, the current Absolute Rights newsletter explains, use a barbecue grill or place it in the oven on a grill above a pan to catch the grease, like when cooking a duck. Cut as much fat off as possible before cooking allowing most of the grease to melt off, advises the Absolute Rights newsletter, and while cooking apply a light coating of barbecue sauce.
Now on to other cooking methods for raccoons and beavers, reveals the current Absolute Rights newsletter, young beaver less than 35 pounds are awesome on the grill, and so is muskrat. Parboil the meat for 10 minutes, then allow it to cool, and strip off the meat from the bones, explains the Absolute Rights newsletter. Take that meat and use it in any favorite stew recipe, advises the Absolute Rights newsletter, it is great with white navy beans. Letting it simmer all day will cause the meat to be very tender, explains the Absolute Rights newsletter. This makes a nice meal when trying to survive in a cold environment. Another tasty way to cook Beaver, is to bake in the oven at 350 F, and cover with Lipton onion soup mix, reveals the Absolute Rights newsletter.
A simple beaver Chili recipe is easy to make, and is great during cold environment survival situations, reveals the Absolute Rights newsletter. Parboil and strip the meat off the bones, says the Absolute Rights newsletter, then add the meat to the rest of the chili ingredients. When using a good chili recipe on beaver, most people cannot tell that they are not eating beef, reveals the Absolute Rights newsletter.
Another recipe that is always a safe bet, is to parboil the meat as in the above directions, then strip the meat off the bones and simmer in Cream of Mushroom soup all day, reveals the Absolute Rights newsletter. Serve over fried potatoes or rice, adding chopped onions, lemon pepper, salt, a little garlic, green peppers, and season to taste advises the Absolute Rights newsletter. This also works when added to stews or soups, the Absolute Rights newsletter adds.
The meat can be parboiled, then strip the meat off the bones, roll the meat in flour and fry it, advises the Absolute Rights newsletter, then use chopped onions, lemon pepper, salt, a little garlic, and green peppers. Turtle soup is another option when faced with locating food in a survival situation, reveals the Absolute Rights newsletter. Big snapping turtles have tough meat, so it needs to be boiled for 8 to 10 hours on a slow simmer, then drain off the liquid, explains the Absolute Rights newsletter. Strip the meat off the bone, which can then be added to any normal soup ingredients, and let it simmer all day, advises the Absolute Rights newsletter.
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