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  • 1 week 5 days ago by: Cherry mitchell in reply to: Hunting for Dinner: Making Coot Edible (and a Recipe for Coot Cotechino)

    Also a good rule of thumb in native american culture brining in citrus juice takes out fishy taste of kritters like crocodile.

     

    In north america and europe brining was sometimes done cranberry juice or sumac juiceor animals that eat fish.  To take out fish tasCr

     

    Sumac was the first pink lemonade of the south.Exists souther europe , the mediteranean and all american sub the red berries slighlty brusing or hit with rolling pin while in plastic bag once or twice.  Soak in hot water ket steap.  Strain berries. Discard berried the water is now a lemon juice. With red pinkish coloring.

     

    Poisen sumac in very different from edible and very hard to confuse the two poisen sumac is from brazil invassive with white berries not in a cone while ediboe lemon sumac all edible sumacs are red colored berries.nc

     

    In the caribbean native peoples use pinnapple juice fresh made from boiled pinnapple skins core mixed with fruit or at leat the pinnapple skins with core boilee gives the juice. Herbs suck as sage or basil added in

     

    Guava juice is also used

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  • 1 week 6 days ago by: Cherry mitchell in reply to: Hunting for Dinner: Making Coot Edible (and a Recipe for Coot Cotechino)

    Some other ways of duck and goose making acient european and modern native american:

    Europe cover duck in clay on top of feathers.  Then putting in fire of oven.  Before ovens people just took a stone ontop fire and put meat down coverned it with upside down caldron.  Any way oncle clay has hardened and baked take duck out smash the clay off all the feathers come off in the clay. Not a drop of blood or juice is lost

     

    Basting was done with honey and herbs or maplsyrup and herbs.

     

    I find dry brining a few days in sea salt black pepper and your herbs you pick duck I normally go with juniper aka cedar berries with bay leaves.

     

    Goose I brine powdered ginger

     

    Turkey I go with sage

     

    Goose I found best smoked.

     

    When I buy birds instead of one with feathers on I prick skin all over with sewinneedle so goose self bastes same thing with the ducks

     

    If breast with skin on it I stab with fork to tenderize a bit of hit with rolling pin dkmikne I dry bine boneless for only 2 hour to a day at max

     

    Smoked goose I use apple chips low temperature 3 hours about.  fresh or dried cranberries, apples, currants, allspice or carolina allspice or spice bush, arrow root poder honey or maple syrup.  If you dont have a smoker like sometimes I dont I use the grill to smoke the birds on a metal iron roasting pan from nordic ware walmart of target.  

     

    Baste goose with brown sugars boiled with water is most common now days but it used to be maple sugar or maplsyrup or honey for smoking no herbs added as you keep all the dry brining herbs still on .ria