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post #11 of 39
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Originally Posted by Soph xo 

Edited.  ~Lisa~


This is the "meat" bird section.  If you don't like the idea of eating poultry and waterfowl.  You probably shouldn't enter into this section.

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post #12 of 39

goose is great, try smoking it.

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post #13 of 39

Are there any Amens for Katy...Lady??

We smoke our ducks, geese and some chicken, turkey and pork. We use several recipes. Taste great! Try drying some smoked meats for snacks or use thinly sliced and added to soaps and gravies.

Amen!!

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post #14 of 39
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Originally Posted by uhuh555 

Are there any Amens for Katy...Lady??

We smoke our ducks, geese and some chicken, turkey and pork. We use several recipes. Taste great! Try drying some smoked meats for snacks or use thinly sliced and added to soaps and gravies.

Amen!!


what is  SOAP  like with meat in it?lau


Edited by slightlyscrambled - 2/27/10 at 8:44pm
Feathers tickle!!!
One amazing DH, 2 great DD's, 3 dogs, 4 cats, 17 chickens, 6 geese, 1 bunny and 4 ducks!
RIP Sam 2001-2010 you will be greatly missed
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Feathers tickle!!!
One amazing DH, 2 great DD's, 3 dogs, 4 cats, 17 chickens, 6 geese, 1 bunny and 4 ducks!
RIP Sam 2001-2010 you will be greatly missed
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post #15 of 39

OOps!! Soup I ment.

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post #16 of 39

I used to butcher Canadians in the fall , shortly after buying my Migratory Bird Stamp .
Domestics were butchered shortly after they learned to come to the well platform or concrete porch pad to crap . Whats up with geese and concrete ?

post #17 of 39
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Originally Posted by GraceAK 

Those goslings sure are cute! hugs


Is it just me, or does anyone find it hilarious that this little post script is added after a question about when to butcher the little cuties. lol

Does goose taste like duck? I don't like duck, so I've always wondered if it would be worth it to try goose or if I'd just be disappointed.

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post #18 of 39
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Originally Posted by fowltemptress 
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Originally Posted by GraceAK 

Those goslings sure are cute! hugs


Is it just me, or does anyone find it hilarious that this little post script is added after a question about when to butcher the little cuties. lol

Does goose taste like duck? I don't like duck, so I've always wondered if it would be worth it to try goose or if I'd just be disappointed.


Wild goose , slow cooked on a rack in a covered roasting pan , tastes very much like a beef roast .
........ and yeah , I may be just in a sleepy/silly mood , but the mingling of droolin and hugs cracks me up .


Edited by SteveH - 2/28/10 at 12:19am
post #19 of 39

Mmm, I love beef roast, that sounds absolutely fabulous.

Great . . . I'm getting a couple of geese soon, mainly for egg crafts and general adorableness, and now I'm scared that every time I look at them I'll start to salivate.

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post #20 of 39
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Originally Posted by fowltemptress 

Mmm, I love beef roast, that sounds absolutely fabulous.

Great . . . I'm getting a couple of geese soon, mainly for egg crafts and general adorableness, and now I'm scared that every time I look at them I'll start to salivate.


Actually I got a chuckle out of somebody saying " Try smoking a goose " . [ I think I need to try getting some sleep ] I rejected domestic duck and goose as a child , but its time to try them again 'cause my tastes have changed with age .

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