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    Do different breeds taste different. They are being fed the same feed plus weeds and grass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by backtobasics View Post
    Do different breeds taste different. They are being fed the same feed plus weeds and grass.
    Crashdive and I are here to provide professional answers to questions like yours. You do know we have a Quality Control Department here, don't you?

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    Then they'll burp and fall asleep on the couch.
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    Free of charge! That's a great deal, for you guys anyway. Always some kind of strings attached. What is it you do for a living again? Will a written contract be involved. Like a release of liability?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete lynch View Post
    Then they'll burp and fall asleep on the couch.
    If we do, we'll mention it in our report.

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    Free of charge!

    Absolutely!


    That's a great deal, for you guys anyway.

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    Always some kind of strings attached.

    Never. Just ask Crash.


    What is it you do for a living again?

    I help people.


    Will a written contract be involved. Like a release of liability?

    Only if Sarge is involved.
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    If youvhave several breeds of duck and do not season with spices and herbs they all taste the same.... but a wild duck has a slightly more gamey taste to it. Not much though....and fyi.... duck has NO white meat. But is still all good.

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    Rotiserie is the best way to cook a duck. If you can't do that, roast it. Always cut slits in the skin to let fat drain when cooking duck. If roasting, save the fat for use with other meals.

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    We are raising muscovey ducks this year. Eggs are amazing! This is the first year we'll have the meat. Since they are closer to geese than ducks, I'm eager to taste them!

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