Post by CanopyCo Post by PaxPerPoten Post by chasseur Post by Frank Post by CanopyCo
Wild hog with blue fat is poison!!!
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Interesting. I took warfarin for years and if it turned fat blue I
would have noticed. Its either a chemical derivative of warfarin or
an additive. I recall warfarin half life in the human body is about 4
I think I would avoid eating feral hog because of the possibility of
trichinosis. It used to be endemic in US hogs. Southeast Asian
refugees who ate raw pork here as the did in their homeland came down
I feel the same about bear meat.
Neither are a problem with sufficient cooking. Just stay away from
steaks, hamburgers and the like were sufficient cooking is uncertain.
Any dish cooked at 350F for 30 minutes is perfectly safe.
I should wonder that maybe an open season on those Feral Hogs would
provide food for the Homeless kitchens in this country. Those Hogs shown
were Domestics turned feral or Wild Peccary. I have eaten Peccary after
a hunt in Arizona Grand Canyon Rim Country. Not bad at all... Just make
damned sure it is cooked well.
Ya, they bitch about the hogs but won’t let anyone come shoot or trap them unless you pay.
Trapping hogs is totally safe as it uses a live trap.
Our local food bank is presently passing out ground wild hog that my Indian buddy donated.
Makes a real good meatball or meatloaf.
Even good as a simple patty.
How about Kalua Pig like served at Luaus. Fill that sucker up with
potatoes(Breadfruit), Carp(Whitefish) Rice(Poi) Roast in the ground and
The Norwegians make a dish out of Pigs knuckles and Klube(Potato blood
dumplings. really good. Kind of a heart attack special though. ;-)
Smoke some ribs out of the feral hogs!
Donate Fresh butchered Hog to the Mosque of your choice!
Add a Black Culture cook book for chitlings, cracklings, etc. Those
folks know how to cook up a hog and nothing is wasted.
It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard
the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all
ages who mean to govern well, but *They mean to govern*. They promise to
be good masters, *but they mean to be masters*. Daniel Webster