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Interesting video:

 

https://youtu.be/kOrkttA0Xns



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Very interesting and, surprisingly I've never seen it posted anywhere until now.

They may be on to something. Boil them in water for an hour, then fry them. With that I might even be tempted to try crow meat........Uh, on second thought, I'll pass!

Demi

P.S. Here is an easier link to the same video:



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There are quite a few videos on cooking crow on YouTube with mixed results ha ha.

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They mentioned in this film clip that they taste like quail? What a gross exaggeration ! In the end it's all what you like I suppose.

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And how much youve had to drink ;).

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Tastes like quail? not to my taste buds. I'd describe the dining experience as more like chewing really tough liver.

Best cooking method I found was to tenderize with a meat hammer. Marinate in buttermilk for about a day and a half. Cover with dry flakes of mint leaves then cook in a skillet to over 165°+. That tasted okay. Still memorable flavors. Learned that I prefer other foods rather than dining on crow.

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To me it an exstreamly strong taste of liver, I like liver and onions so thats how I prepare it.

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Frying them like chicken livers and gizzards is the only way I have eaten them.

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My Father as a kid during hard times was traveling to California from Oklahoma. His Father along the way got sick and found out he had cancer and soon died. My Dad's only possession was a single shot Champion shotgun he had got for his 12th birthday. Before my Dad and Grandmother could return to OK, my dad who was hungry went out with the shotgun looking for anything he could eat. All he saw was a Crow which he shot. He built a fire and roasted it on a green stick. Feathers and all he told me. I asked him how it tasted. He said it was the worst thing he ever ate, but he was that hungry. With the story I was given his shotgun which was in pieces. I was able to pin the stock and reblue it to restore it. First thing I did was go out and shoot a Crow with it, but that is as far as I could go. I just could not bring myself to eat a Crow.

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John,

A good story about overcoming adversity using tools on hand. That Champion has got to hold real meaning to you and family!

Unrelated, it has be a long while since seeing your avatar photo...one of my all-time favorite on this forum...crows may be good for something, after all smile !!

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Speaking of eating crow, Vermont just passed a new wanton waste law which includes crows where if you shoot them you have to utilize them for food or feathers or some thing you can't just toss them. they also passed another law regarding dog hunting for coyotes,basically I call Vermont California north or Vermontifornia. Somebody in a position of power in the government there does not like crowhunting because they shorten the season a few years ago also and you can only crow hunt certain days of the week.

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Here’s a recipe I got from a Native American. First you need a Oak cutting board, heat oven to 350 degrees. Season bird with your favorite type seasoning. Put bird on Oak board and place in heated oven for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes of cook time let rest for 5 minutes. Throw bird in the trash and eat the Oak cutting board. That’s how you eat Crow

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