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- Re: LPN vs. RN by White Tiger 6 y
Hunting is a big deal here too, and even more so when I was kid.
I went on many hunting trips as a kid and killed many animals. We ate animals and sold animal pelts. I never enjoyed killing the critters in those days but it was a necessity for the poorer people, and I no longer do it.
There is no necessity to hunt for food anymore and, pelts can not be sold anymore.
For todays hunters, the thrill is in the kill.
It is not the thrill of having food on the table anymore.
The hunters throw the dead deer on the truck and drive around as they go from store to store and park to make sure everybody gets to see their kill and admire this dead animal, as if it was a great feat to pull the trigger.
Meanwhile the blood coagulates in the animal, and the meat becomes more rancid.
In the old days, we cleaned and skinned the animal as fast as we could and strung it up by the heel strings so the blood could drain out of it faster, so the meat would not become rancid faster from the blood coagulating in the meat.
The meat was sectioned off and refrigerated, smoked or cured as fast as we could to keep it fresh.
We never did like the taste of deer, bear or any other wild game more than we liked beef or pork.
Deer meat always had that nasty gamie taste to me. Bear meat is always course and stringy no matter how you cook it.
Believe it or not, the only wild game that really taste delicious is a diamondback rattlesnake! Or snapping turtle which has the exact same taste as veal.
If you make Turtle soup with small pieces pieces of pounded veal. I will promise you that, it is impossible for the most profound connoisseur of turtle soup to taste any difference whatsoever! Or any other way you cook the veal and call it turtle meat!
I guarantee if deer tasted as good as some people claim, farmers would be raising deer just like they raise cattle or hogs.
Deer meat has to be soaked in some kind of vinegary stuff to disquise the taste, but I will admit the only part worth eating is the steak part (venison) which is not very much of on a deer.
I have eaten deer, raccoon, even possum *ugh!, wild turkey, rattlesnake, turtle, wild geese, bear, rabbit and the list goes on.
There is still nothing that taste as good as the domestic animals raised for food on your table.
My guess is that none of this interest you. I was just reminiscing about my old days after I saw you talking about hunting :-P
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