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Originally posted by Rumbera Rumbera wrote:

Originally posted by mizzsandra00 mizzsandra00 wrote:

Yep.....cant wait to go hunting with Mr00.....I won't shoot any deer tho....I won't eat deer so I refuse to kill it.
 
Deer is soo good....


I refuse to eat deer....Cry


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Nope..LOL as far as I'm concerned, patties grow in a field, then they're plucked up, grilled, and I pick them up from Smash Burger
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Naw, I couldn't do it.

Not cuz I care that it once lived as horrible as that sounds, but I hate the thought that my burger or steak once had fur. I'm disgusted by what animals have to go thru to be edible.

I could probably kill it, but it'd be a waste cuz I'm not wallowing in blood or skinning a damn thing, so just no.

Doesn't stop me from munching tho.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Wildfire Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr 07 2014 at 11:38am
fish, yes
chicken ---maybe
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I really want to spend a year with my granny to learn all the old school stuff b4 the opportunity is lost. Not like she is killing chickens and gutting farm animals at 96 yrs, but I would like to verbally ask how the stuff was done and to learn a lot of the old time traditional ways of doing things.
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nope
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Originally posted by Qualified Qualified wrote:

Nothing better than a fresh yardbird. I definitely could.


lol.
My mom grew up on a huge farm and she always talked about how she couldn't eat chicken 'fresh off the yard.' She liked store bought chicken LOL.

I love her stories about milking the cows and churning butter  when she was a kid . I don't know how women back then found the time to make dinner when they had to gather, wash/prep, THEN cook the food; when I be wore out just taking some out the freezer to put in oven and pressing the timer button [whew!]LOL, but I love hearing about it.


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You'd be surprised what hunger can make you do.
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No, but out of laziness, not squeamish-ness
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Originally posted by PurplePhase PurplePhase wrote:

Originally posted by Qualified Qualified wrote:

Nothing better than a fresh yardbird. I definitely could.


lol.
My mom grew up on a huge farm and she always talked about how she couldn't eat chicken 'fresh off the yard.' She liked store bought chicken LOL.

I love her stories about milking the cows and churning butter  when she was a kid . I don't know how women back then found the time to make dinner when they had to gather, wash/prep, THEN cook the food; when I be wore out just taking some out the freezer to put in oven and pressing the timer button [whew!]LOL, but I love hearing about it.


RIGHTLOL
That's why they had to stay at home.  Just getting one meal together was a full days work.
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