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Domestic meat rabbits are way better then wild rabbit.

To me... they taste like... rabbit
 

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Then what tastes like rabbit?
Wild rabbit. ;)
Domestic meat rabbits are way better then wild rabbit.

To me... they taste like... rabbit
Domestic rabbit to me tastes like very good chicken. Texture is a little different and it's a richer taste, but still similar. It's been years since I had any (wild or domestic), but that's the way I remember it. It could be that I never ate domestic rabbit until I was probably 20 or so, but ate a quite a bit of wild rabbit prior to that.


Now y'all got me wanting some rabbit.
 

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How can you people eat one of these poor defenseless bunnies?

 

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How can you people eat one of these poor defenseless bunnies?
I like to cut them into chunks... simmer with a can of Coca-Cola until it falls apart... add a bit of BBQ sauce... pile it on a Kaiser roll.
 

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I like to cut them into chunks... simmer with a can of Coca-Cola until it falls apart... add a bit of BBQ sauce... pile it on a Kaiser roll.
Coca-Cola and BBQ sauce on rabbit? :bad:
 

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Rabbit is good eating.
 

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Rabbit gooooood!


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