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    Default Help, How can DOG be prepared and made delicious

    Does anyone have experience cooking preparing and eating dog meat?


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    Who's he? I hear the Chinese regularly eat dog. What's the best spices, etc.?

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    Yea.... Here in America most peoples dogs are part of their family, I'd probably eat the neighborhood cats before I'd eat a dog. Different cultures different ideas.

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    Cultures that eat dog also eat rat meat to, sorry, can’t help you there either.

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    Do people eat coyote or wolf?
    What's the difference between rat and squirrel? Peel the skin off, they look the same.

    I'd probably cook a dog the same way as any other lean meat.
    Depending on the type of dog and how well fed it was...
    I'd cook it well done though.
    Dogs eat some really nasty stuff.
    I'd have to be very very very hungry though.
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    Canine can be prepared the same way that pork is pre-paired. Use the same precautions against trichinilla.

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    Default Gimme a break!

    The question was meant to be strictly provocative, nothing more.

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    Thanks for asking that question. I just threw up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BENESSE View Post
    The question was meant to be strictly provocative, nothing more.
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    There are plenty of recipes on coyote on the net. Just use those. Same thing.

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    par boil it until the meat falls off the bone. Then mix in whatever you would mix in with any other meat. Also you can wrap it in bacon and roast it in a oven. Everything and I mean everything goes with bacon.
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    Mmm dog bacon...

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    Benesse, I know. LOL.
    Was wondering if maybe he had a neighbor's dog that was annoying.
    Might have come out as a non-sequiter. You know, "hey that dog is annoying." *Bing* "I wonder if you can eat dog...."

    I for one have eaten far too much turkey and am awaiting the moment for pie to be served.
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    Quote Originally Posted by falconer View Post
    Who's he? I hear the Chinese regularly eat dog. What's the best spices, etc.?
    There are cultures that regularly eat fried spiders, yak penis, escamoles (larvae of giant poisonous ants), balut (duck embryo), hakarl (rotting shark flesh), rocky mountain oysters and bat paste. Give em a try if you are adventurous. http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/foo...-1226732939964
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    I don't know if I would eat a dog, although I've never been THAT hungry either. I know that I really dislike veggies and that if my only options to avoid starving was a salad or a blackened black lab well, sorry Buddy.

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    Almost any meat is safe to eat as long as it is fully cooked..... almost.

    As far as taste goes, well..... trial and error. let me know how it works out.
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    I dunno about any meat being safe to eat. There was a story going around here a while back that the deer that lived on a local superfund chemical dump would glow in the dark at night.
    There're some fish there I wouldn't want to eat either...
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    Any animal exposed to radiation or chemicals is of course not going to be safe to eat.... And wouldn't want to want to eat and not being able to safely eat are two different things!

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    You'd probably want to make sure the dog was fairly healthy, too even if you were going to thoroughly cook it. I wouldn't want any of those common doggie parasites in me!

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