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Finally got my rabbits
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Pics aren't great, but here they are:

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The one with black spots is the female, and the other one is a male. They are 6-month old Lionheads.

My 3 year old daughter named the female "Frikerdoodles" and the male "Flipperflops." Big Grin

I'll try to get some better pics tonight. When I first got them, they were pretty skittish, so it was hard to get pics. They are starting to calm down a little now.
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http://allrecipes.com/recipe/hasenpfeffer-rabbit-stew/



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Have you actually tried that recipe?
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bac0nfat;100328 Wrote:Have you actually tried that recipe?

All I can say is maybe. I haven't eaten rabbit in a lot of years and when I did eat it, I didn't know it was rabbit. My grandparents neighbors used to raise rabbits for food and used to give some of it to my grandparents. They used to serve it to us but always told us it was chicken. It wasn't until years later that we were told we used to eat rabbits.
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streaker69;100330 Wrote:
bac0nfat;100328 Wrote:Have you actually tried that recipe?

All I can say is maybe. I haven't eaten rabbit in a lot of years and when I did eat it, I didn't know it was rabbit. My grandparents neighbors used to raise rabbits for food and used to give some of it to my grandparents. They used to serve it to us but always told us it was chicken. It wasn't until years later that we were told we used to eat rabbits.

So I guess it tastes like chicken? Shrug

I'd like to get some good crockpot recipes since they are easy and pretty tough to screw up. Maybe even see if I can make some stews and can them. I'm probably going to get a different bread for meat rabbits though, since the Lionheads don't make a lot of meat.
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bac0nfat;100332 Wrote:
streaker69;100330 Wrote:All I can say is maybe. I haven't eaten rabbit in a lot of years and when I did eat it, I didn't know it was rabbit. My grandparents neighbors used to raise rabbits for food and used to give some of it to my grandparents. They used to serve it to us but always told us it was chicken. It wasn't until years later that we were told we used to eat rabbits.

So I guess it tastes like chicken? Shrug

I'd like to get some good crockpot recipes since they are easy and pretty tough to screw up. Maybe even see if I can make some stews and can them. I'm probably going to get a different bread for meat rabbits though, since the Lionheads don't make a lot of meat.

I think a nice french bread would be good with meat rabbits. Wink
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#7
lol, breed.
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bac0nfat;100332 Wrote:
streaker69;100330 Wrote:All I can say is maybe. I haven't eaten rabbit in a lot of years and when I did eat it, I didn't know it was rabbit. My grandparents neighbors used to raise rabbits for food and used to give some of it to my grandparents. They used to serve it to us but always told us it was chicken. It wasn't until years later that we were told we used to eat rabbits.

So I guess it tastes like chicken? Shrug

I'd like to get some good crockpot recipes since they are easy and pretty tough to screw up. Maybe even see if I can make some stews and can them. I'm probably going to get a different bread for meat rabbits though, since the Lionheads don't make a lot of meat.


Rabbit meat tastes better than chicken.
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#9
I've honestly never had rabbit meat before, but I've heard that it's pretty good.
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#10
IIRC there's a butcher in your neck of the woods that specializes in game. Buffalo, Elk, Deer, Rabbit....
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