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How do i cook squirrels so they are tender and the meat falls off the bone?

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  • Pray- hunt-work
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    Even piss aint bad if you boil the piss out of it...

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  • Trapper Vic
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    like a kidney boil the piss outof 'em

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  • country road
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    Very slowly, over low heat and with gravy.

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  • Bioguy01
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    crock pot.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Three choices. Two already given.
    1. Slow cooker (crock pot)
    2. Pressure cooker. This is what my grandmother used. She fried the squirrel first until golden brown then "pressured" 'til tender.
    3. Smother in gravy and bake, covered, at 300° for 1 hour.

    No. 1 is a good way to do "Squirrel and Dumplings"!

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  • deerhunterrick
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    On low heat with liquid and plenty of tyhme to spare

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  • 007
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    Pressure cooker.

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  • thehunter98.6
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    Thats a good one ol Krusty.

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  • Jerry A.
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    Braise it in liquid after browning it. I would use chicken or beef broth and put it in a crock pot.

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  • Ol Krusty
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    I cook them with a 50gr ballistic tip. just about every thing falls off the bones.

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    How do i cook squirrels so they are tender and the meat falls off the bone?

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