field dress Rabbits, how soon after the shot
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Posted 14 June 2010 - 12:10 PM
We shot that jack and immediately started to clean it. I have noticed on the older jacks the skin is a little tougher and attached well to the meat. The back straps on the jack are the worst eating IMHO they are mealy and taste very strong almost liver like. I like liver but I don't like jack back straps. Jack legs are tasty videls especially in stew, sausage and burger .
I don't mean to be critical, but if you had started when the rabbit was first killed and still warm, the skin pulls right off. You then have the entire rabbit, not just the legs. You left the backstraps which are the best eating on the entire rabbit. Try it. The skin will just pull off, just like taking a t-shirt off.
Posted 08 July 2010 - 07:46 PM
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