I killed and ate my ducks...... and they were delicious!!!!

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sneakyfox - 41-45 years old - female

Posted by sneakyfox
on March 21st, 2011 at 2:49 AM

We had two White Pekings ducks that we kept as "pets" and for their eggs. They were nice to have, but my landlord politely asked us  to get rid of them. ( I have a good relationship with my landlord, she is a very nice person! I did not want to argue with her!!) I could not find another home for the ducks,so..... I butchered them with a meat cleaver and invited them to a barbeque!!They were very tasty in a soy sauce based marinade!! The kind that is used on Korean Barbecued Beef Shortribs. They went very well with wild lettuce& seaweed salad and brown rice and a good  strong  Merlot!!! They were some of the best ducks I have ever eaten, they grazed in my yard and were also fed fish, so they tasted like the wild ducks I have eaten in the past!! LOL!!!

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  1. sneakyfox - 41-45 years old - female

    Posted by sneakyfox on March 21st, 2011 at 11:16 AM

    I did feel kinda "bad"; but I had no other choice!! I was not really repulsed or "squeamish" about butchering and eating the ducks, I guess because I grew up going hunting and fishing with my dad, and my uncles so I know where food really comes from!!! My husband grew up on a farm in Vietnam, he told me they raised hogs, chickens and Ducks and butchered them so it was pretty normal for him!!!! I think too many people are "out of touch" with reality and think food comes from a store.

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  2. sneakyfox - 41-45 years old - female

    Posted by sneakyfox on March 22nd, 2011 at 11:56 AM

    Some may be shocked by this, but hey, what can I say!!

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  3. Akausal - 22-25 years old

    Posted by Akausal on December 1st, 2011 at 6:44 PM

    Not shockyng at all! 'Know't may sound strange, but 'fynd a strange sense of beauty'n people who eat meat - the bloodyer the better. Am not much of a meat eater due to chemycal 'mbalances, but 'love to drynk blood for 'nstance; 'tys not only the taste that we enjoy, but the aesthetycs of eatyng somethyng that was once alyve. Maybe am weyrd, though haha :P

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  4. sneakyfox - 41-45 years old - female

    Reply by sneakyfox Dec 1st, 2011 at 9:47PM

    I enjoy eating raw meat, and have drunk blood ( fish and duck) on several occasions.


  5. blacula - 70+ years old - male

    Reply by blacula Jun 10th, 2013 at 9:46PM

    I love that salty taste of fresh warm blood as it gurgles out of a neck which has been cut.


  6. matthew27 - 18-21 years old - male

    Posted by matthew27 on May 19th, 2012 at 4:41 PM

    good to know women like you are brave enough to do this kind of stuff, not like some i have known and always say, "no dont kill animals" or " what animal products are bad". its find women shoudl wear fur, men and women should eat animals, and nothing is wrong with it. Good for you sneaky, thanks for sharing.

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  7. sneakyfox - 41-45 years old - female

    Reply by sneakyfox Oct 29th, 2012 at 11:35PM

    Killed one of my chickens last week, it made a very fine meal, tasted something like wild pheasant, my chickens roam freely in my yard, and eat a natural, wild diet. Better than any store-bought chicken!! I saved the feathers( iridesent green and black) which I will use to make jewelry and hair pins. I have a muscovy duck ( popular in French cuisine) that I raised all summer on a diet of wild greens, grass, insects, flax, fish and pond algae. I am thinking of cooking it in a wine sauce. Muscovy duck meat is very dark and rich tasting, more flavor than the standard "meat" ducks, Pekins.


  8. sneakyfox - 41-45 years old - female

    Posted by sneakyfox on May 22nd, 2012 at 11:06 AM

    Some may say it is "hypocritical" to love and admire animals and eat them or wear fur and leather, but no it is not. Some animals are and have always been used as food, ducks and fish are some of them, in just about every culture around the world. And might as well use all parts of the animal that is killed, such as leather or fur.

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  9. sneakyfox - 41-45 years old - female

    Posted by sneakyfox on June 13th, 2012 at 8:54 PM

    I think more young people should be introduced to hunting and fishing at a young age (5-10, depending on the level of maturity). Too many are growing up thinking that if you eat animals you are "cruel" or an "animal hater", really dumb logic, because in reality hunting or even raising and killing your own food teaches a great amount of respect and admiration for the animal that died to feed you and your family. People should also be shown how ranching and raising animals for food really is, not this nonsense such as "Earthlings" which was cherry-picked propaganda, pure and simple, meant to present all farms and ranches, as bad or "inhumane" and this is just not true.

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  10. sneakyfox - 41-45 years old - female

    Posted by sneakyfox on October 30th, 2012 at 9:07 PM

    I killed another chicken today, probably will cook it in a slow cooker Home raised chickens, especially when they roam about the yard and eat a wild diet of insects and wild plants have a very good flavor and texture. Store bought can't compare. Slow cooking in a Crock Pot tenderizes the meat and really brings out the flavor.

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  11. sneakyfox - 41-45 years old - female

    Posted by sneakyfox on November 13th, 2012 at 10:09 PM

    Right now, I am cooking the Muscovy Duck I raised all summer on a wild diet. It is in a slow cooker. I added onions, soy sauce, shallots,pepper,cardamon, cinnamon, fish sauce. I will serve it with chestnuts and sweet potatoes. I never cooked a Muscovy Duck, but I have eaten it many times in a French/Vietnamese restaurant. It was very good. Much leaner and more flavor than Peking duck.

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