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Nah, I'm a bit edgy when I have to pull out fish guts. I just watched my mother.
Fish, rabbit, pheasant, duck, lamb......I'm afraid that I don't have any qualms when it comes to providing food, and infact, it is possibly more environmentally friendly to do it yourself....However, I see no point in needless ant stamping. The two principles are in my opinion mutually exclusive.
Pheasant & Hare. I see no problem with killing for food, so long as you make good use of the entire animal, even down to boiling the bones for soup.I annoys me to see people in fast food outlets who order a burger (or similar) and leave half of it.
I'm very partial to venison and can't understand why some go all squishy over eating it.
A necessity to stop the deer overpopulating the grounds and eating themselves out of house & home.
MiL - If the fish is fresh, then the smell should be minimal - the same for the slime.
I have no qualms eating bread either Neilep.As long as they don't fight back.But then, I'm easily scared:)
When in college I worked at a summer internship in Corpus Christi, Texas, a sea port in South Texas. My roommates and I fished, caught crabs and never bought meat
Killing is harder than it looks on TV. It is much easier if you can learn from someone.
Quote from: JimBob on 10/02/2009 15:46:44 When in college I worked at a summer internship in Corpus Christi, Texas, a sea port in South Texas. My roommates and I fished, caught crabs and never bought meatDid you get them seen too?