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#5720541 - 12/03/16 11:41 PM Coon question
eastwood44mag Online   content
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Registered: 11/09/16
Posts: 357
Loc: Illinois
Successfully cooked raccoon for the first time today, but with a hiccup. I soaked it for too long in apple cider vinegar, so the end product came out a bit on the sour side. Going forward, what's the best way to combat this, other than not making the mistake in the first place? Thanks.

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#5820525 - 02/20/17 10:20 AM Re: Coon question [Re: eastwood44mag]
PAJeeper Offline
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Registered: 12/23/06
Posts: 188
Loc: central PA
I've only ever soaked them in saltwater, just like small game and fish
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#5841516 - 03/10/17 09:30 PM Re: Coon question [Re: eastwood44mag]
TONY.F Offline
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Registered: 03/02/14
Posts: 2125
Loc: N.C MO
I boil mine in a turkey deep frier pot out side with a whole onion and two whole oranges cut into quartersboil it till it falls off the bone then simmer the meat in what ever sauce you prefer good table fare not greasy or gamey. any fruit will draw out the fat and gamey taste lemons work great also. FYI when its done discard the fruit and onions


Edited by TONY.F (03/10/17 09:32 PM)
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