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Question by J4huntfish. Uploaded on January 21, 2010
I haven't tried it, but from what I have read previously on this website, it is not considered a delicacy. Some readers say it is like eating a dog, which although popular in certain parts of the world, would not be a likely menu item in this country any time soon.
My neighbor loves Coyote Meat and I don't particularly care for them at all..He usually have it on jerky and he loves eating it..I have some Coyote Recipe if you are interested to have it :)
2-4 lbs of coyote meat
16 oz of apricot preserves
1 bottle BBQ sauce
1/2 purple onion diced
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
1/2 tsp garlic powder
Throw it all in a crock pot and let it cook for 8 hours..Good Luck and Serve it well to your friends and family!!!
I boiled a yote to get the bones clean for my son's science project. I didn't eat it but the meat did not smell bad while it was cooking.
have to say i have heard of it but never tried it but from what i hear it isn't bad
In truth they are hunted for eradication as the pest they are. I've eaten fox and found the meat tolerable. I would assume that coyote would be similar.
Sure can. Although I would rather go for some elk or deer meat instead. If you are going to cook it, I would suggest perhaps allowing it to marinate for a few hours or overnight. Another tip I learned from an old timer is if you cook something in bbq sauce...it tastes like bbq.
I bet the jerky would be just fine. Maybe I'll start eating my coyotes? It would be fun to pass out the jerky to passersby. You can't go around with beef or deer jerky without someone wanting some, so...
you can eat anything with meat. I havent tried yote, but yotes are like dogs which are like wolves which are like bear, which taste good, so maybe. LOL msybe a stretch but I have no other way to formulate an opinion.
I think you'd have to be pretty hungry to make it taste good. I wouldn't be too eager to try it.
I'm not gonna say that I wouldn't but I will say I'd have to be very hungry or not know what it is
like bear etc probably needs to be cooked to well done
not interested, and I have got some ribbing for what I *do* eat, mind you
I have eaten things in certain parts of the world that I have no idea what it was, nor did I want too. I would have to be very desperate to knowingly eat a yote or any dog.
I hate to say it, but dawgz is good to eat.
It's against our cultural norms.
In the Caribbean, you never see a stray dawg, but large packs of big hawgs run free.
Instead of Mickey-Dees, they have Patty Stands.
I used to love those patties and always eat at least 6 of them while out sightseeing.
But guess what???
I often wondered what parts of a deer are palatable. Then I met my girl friend who is Hmong. We brought over the guts, heart, lungs, stomach, liver of the last 2 deer I shot. Her old man cooked it all up. It's all palatable except the bones and hair really. If it has diseased or damaged tissue you cut if off the rest is edible although certain parts are not like the poop shoot and piss sack and not cause you couldn't just that you really wouldn't want too or risk it. In days of old many o' culture ate everything out of necessity, that which wasn't eaten was used some other way. We just take it for granted that the rest isn't as good and we can throw it out without regret. Just like Coyotes can be eaten as well as dogs and anything else that isn't poisonous. Shooting without eating, I consider unethical and now throwing away the gut pile is unethical when I know people who will gladly eat it. Sound gross how do you know until you try. Kill a coyote I'd say it's your job to eat it. Otherwise save the shot.
I don't see why not. Many Asian cultures eat dot, and a coyote is a dog. They are now populating the Carolina's where I live and if/when I see one next I'll take one and cook it just to try it. But, like any dog, don't eat the liver. Dogs, polar bear, walrus and seal have such high levels of vitamin A that it will kill ya. It's called Hypervitaminosis A. Really...Google it!
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