Vegetarian squirrel burgers

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  1. cwstjdenobs
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    cwstjdenobs Sodomy non sapiens

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    I convinced a vegetarian last night that my home made squirrel burgers where actually a new recipe of tofu burger. Apparently they where delicious.


    Oh and BTW, this person has a habit of getting doner kebabs when pissed then having a go at me the day after for letting them.
     
  2. Veho

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    The title led me to believe you made burgers out of vegetarian squirrels.
     
  3. cwstjdenobs
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    cwstjdenobs Sodomy non sapiens

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    They all are aren't they? So I did.
     
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  5. AlanJohn

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    Yum!
     
  6. CannonFoddr

    CannonFoddr Regular GBATemp Lurker

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    How the hell did he miss the arms & legs ??

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  7. FAST6191

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    "tofu burger. Apparently they were delicious."

    One of these things does not belong?
     
  8. cwstjdenobs
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    cwstjdenobs Sodomy non sapiens

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    Nowt up with tofu when it's not trying to do impressions.

    And the squirrel burgers actually weren't half bad. Bit like rabbit but not really...
     
  9. AlanJohn

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    tofu is nice, but it not sausage
     
  10. rastsan

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    I have had rabbit but not in burger form. why would anyone take the time to do that to rabbit meat?
    Squirrels are smaller that would be even more time consuming. eh, burger-izing the squirrel meat...

    funny when I had squirrel, it didn't taste like rabbit. I'd say it had a taste if its own.

    what other meat have you burger-ized?
     
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    Vegetarian squirrels [​IMG]
     
  12. cwstjdenobs
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    Also made kangaroo and goat burgers. And "kangaroo and goat" burgers.

    Locally we're trying to really knock down the numbers of grey squirrels so I got a box of "steaks" for nothing from a friend. Otherwise yes they'd have being grilled or shallow fried. I'm thinking maybe curry for the next batch.
     
  13. rastsan

    rastsan 8 baller, Death Wizard,

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    My squirrel was a "farm" squirrel. the rabbit meat was raised for that purpose.
    I've had goat in every from but burger.
    I like Rabbit in jerk or stew from. Haven't had kangaroo. have had ostrich (never again), gator (spicy stew couldn't really taste the meat), bear (man was that bear good), deer (pie, soup, stew, jerk), duck (sadly only in cantonese dishes here in toronto), boar (oh man that was a treat, my grandma did it up roast style).

    can't really say which was my favorite. What was your favorite?
     
  14. FAST6191

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    Mystery meat stews (be they home cooked or church of the golden arches) and dishes where I was not informed of the contents for whatever reason aside I do not think I have ever eaten squirrel (somehow this includes the living seriously augmented by the land periods too)- they usually get fed to ferrets or dogs.

    Back on topic if it is dead and physically edible/worth eating chances I am quite happy to munch upon it (although I will note straight up carnivores other than fish and insects tend to be avoided as they generally do not taste that nice), However burgers just seem such an pointless way of preparing things so knowingly it is probably still the big 4- pig, cow, sheep and horse (I was not paying attention in a market one day- shame to waste food and all that) as well as fish and chicken (although I am not sure about this one) if they can be counted.

    My only problem with rabbit is that it does not keep well (once cooked) in your fridge.