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    tips for cooking coyotes?

  • #2
    Personally I wouldn't eat a coyote unless I needed to for survival.

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    • #3
      Then I probably wouldn't care how it was cooked.

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      • #4
        just ask your asian neighbor, they would know after all its dog LMAO sorry had to say it guys. i wouldnt eat coyotes they would taste terrible and smell terrible when you gut them

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        • #5
          I think people from Turkey are the ones who eat dog the most.

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          • #6
            best tip i could give you is don't.

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            • #7
              well if you eat dogs use that recipe . but i wouldn't eat them you shoot them skin them and dispose of them . because if you ate them your essentially eating a dog

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              • #8
                I wouldn't eat one unless my life depended on it. You're a better man than me for sticking to the "eat what you shoot" mantra very strictly. Hope you like it.

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                • #9
                  if you're desperate enough to eat dog it dont matter how it's cooked but I suggest lots of sauce. But if you're that hungery I'm sure a local rancher will donate some meat, dont they have deer where you live

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                  • #10
                    Stewed dog is a favored Filipino wedding dish in the go figure.

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                    • #11
                      Might I suggest you ask at your local Korean market and tell them you would like recipes for Wild Mountain Song Dog. They might even try to buy the varmints from you!

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                      • #12
                        What I would do is put a two-pound chunk of coyote meat on a flat board, put it in the oven, cook it at 350 degrees for two hours, take it out, throw the coyote meat away and eat the board!

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                        • #13
                          I would cook it the same as hyena, braised with a sweet sour sauce

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                          • #14
                            Showed this post to my wife. She reminded me her uncle Joe roast dog in Korea. He said it was pretty good but the situation was dyer

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                            • #15
                              Coming in dead on, 338 Win Mag 225 grain Hornady Soft Point at 3000 fps!

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