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Posted 11/11/15
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Posted 11/11/15 , edited 11/11/15
Yeah.... not gonna drive out of my way for that one. That said, none of those sound ridiculously bizarre.
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Posted 11/11/15 , edited 11/11/15
Wonderful that this is happening, I personally love the idea of eating invasive species preferably when they are edible. I would love it if Vancouver, Canada gave people free game on a bunch of invasive rabbits we have here, however whinges would complain to no end. I am also under the understanding that pythons taste rather good, so this seems a nice affordable manner to get it. As a Canadian I also would not have any issue hunting a Canadian goose as they are overpopulated and we have scientists destroying their eggs, why can't we eat their corpses, seems less of waste to me? Regardless it seems to still be a reasonably common trend, I mean its the case with alligators, nutria, sometimes pigeons, kangaroos, I believe some do this with bullfrogs and I am glad about all of them.
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Posted 11/11/15
I'd try it
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Posted 11/11/15
I have had rattlesnake and it is pretty good. I would love to try this!
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27 / M / Malaysia
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Posted 11/11/15
damn...i only drink snake soup before,
if this is the about the same taste as the soup,its gonna be sweet smooth meat right there!!!!
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Posted 11/11/15
Well that is one method of eliminating the species. I've had rattle snake ~ maybe I might try a bite.
Posted 11/11/15
Well that's interesting I never thought it would come to that, but hey...whatever works, works lol.
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24 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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Posted 11/11/15
I'd try it in a heartbeat. Food is food, and it's not like those pythons are an incredibly rare keystone species.
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Posted 11/11/15 , edited 11/11/15
Hmm..interesting way of pest control. Turn the damn things into a delicacy. Sometimes I gotta hand it to you Yanks.
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Posted 11/11/15
Will they deliver?
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Posted 11/11/15
I'm across the country..... do they deliver that far?
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Posted 11/12/15
Don't care as long as it's tasty, not harmful to my body, and it doesn't break any rules.
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Posted 11/12/15
Looks interesting
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Posted 11/12/15
I'm fairly open-minded when it comes to food.
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