OK..who's ate nutria??

Discussion in 'Cooking Forum' started by Coho, Apr 16, 2006.

  1. Spanky03

    Spanky03 Elite Refuge Member

    Apr 13, 2005
    CSI, Communist State of Illinois
    I have never had nutria or armadillo, but I have had alot of the other critters out there. I can't see the nutria or armadillo tasting bad. Now the crow, I don't think I'd mess with that, I don't know I might try it:l
  2. Duck30 Fly-By

    Duck30 Fly-By Senior Refuge Member

    Dec 24, 2004
    Perryville, AR:Proud member of the Fourche River O
    You can't find a one in Perry County Arkansas due to the fact that at least two thirds of the population eats the darn things. I think it's kind of like what Mr. Rooney (an ex-intelligence officer in the VietNam), he was my econ teacher, he said in Nam you could never find puppy anywhere.
  3. Blastaduck

    Blastaduck Elite Refuge Member

    Dec 27, 2003
    No mas Patos en Birginija, Virginia
    Well gents I've never eaten a nutria, since there not terribly infested around here in Virginia although I know a couple guys closer to north carolina that have them around. But if a good cook was on it I wouldn't have any problem chowing down on one.

    I've spent plenty of time in the back country of belize and for the indians there, nothing can top one of these in the pot:


    Bout the size of an armadillo, called a gibnut. I always make sure to get some when I'm down there, since you can get it braised and its like really fine beef roast. Lot of small bones, since it does look like a rat, but tastes fine (genetically its got nothing to do with a rat).
  4. 733SubDucker

    733SubDucker Elite Refuge Member

    Oct 27, 2002
    Central Maine
    My father swears by muskrat stew. Says they used to eat it at the trapping camp all the time and it was delicious.:yes

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