Let's suppose that it's the end of the world as we know it. Not a big stretch these days, I realize, but just go with it. Here's the premise: You know you have to have fruits and veggies and probably some grains in that survival garden plot of yours. Right? But what about herbs? Not just for culinary use but for your own homeopathic remedies. So put your prepper thinking caps on for a moment and read on.
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Rabbit meat is lean and mostly white meat. It is mild in
flavor and can be prepared much like chicken. Young rabbit meat is more tender
than older more mature rabbit meat. The older the rabbit, the longer you will
need to slow cook it in order to get the meat the particular type of texture
you are looking for. There is a good
chance that your rabbit meat will dry out if you fry it without a sauce or
happen to overcook it. So watch your cooking times closely. Here are some
recipes to take a peek at if you are ready to expand your culinary experiences