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1.) Swamp Fox - 04/08/2015
If you know of any articles that are better than this, or which have a different approach, post them up:


I thought about taking a wing for a flydown beater from my last bird, but was too lazy. I don't use my old ratty one much and since I don't use a vest it's a little much to carry...Still a neat weapon to have in your arsenal, though.
2.) Deerminator - 04/09/2015
Could also be a good way to get shot. Keep them wings covered.

I did the Borax thing with a set of wings, split the skin on the limbs . Cleaned, (actually ate )the meat. The frying pan was handy and so was the stove.
A little salt/pepper, BADDA BING. ( chopped fine with rice and Chinese veggies). But I DIGRESS;
I then packed the wings with the Borax, sewed them up. Lasted a 8 yrs or so, time until a mouse got at it.

[I]Surprising how much wind one of those wings can push.[/I]
3.) Deerminator - 04/09/2015
Aside from that I prefer to freeze the good parts.