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Thread: Wild offal is amazing

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    Wild offal is amazing

    Hey everyone,



    I am wondering how I can acquire fresh wild offal in great quantities.



    Basically I want to eat liver, heart, eyeballs, brain, bone marrow, etc as much as possible. I've seen remarkable improvements in my health when eating these foods. I want to be able to eat them every week. "Let thy food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food" - Hippocrates



    I would purchase offal from butchers but the quality is usually terrible (especially compared to wild offal).



    What is the best way to do this in terms of sustainability, cost, quantity and general location (not asking for any specific spots of course).



    Thank you



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    Try contacting one or more of the hunting guide operators. They will have an ongoing supply - probably not so much right now - but they would have the goods at this time of the year .

    Interesting first post - welcome
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    Cats have nine lives-which makes them ideal for experimentation...

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    Try Noel Warmsley at Canterbury Homekill,he does a lot of wild animal processing
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    Quote Originally Posted by nick View Post
    Try Noel Warmsley at Canterbury Homekill,he does a lot of wild animal processing
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    i think he has retired from the business. might be wrong and i stand to be corrected.
    i was talking to my local butcher re homekill and i'm pretty sure that he said that

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    Noel would be my first suggestion
    Failing that Rangiora butchers and Cattermoles in Kaiapoi all process game

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    Noel is still going. They killed 2 steer for me last week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stug View Post
    Noel is still going. They killed 2 steer for me last week.
    i stand corrected . cheers stug

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonetropo View Post
    i stand corrected . cheers stug
    I bet your sitting
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    get some hunting mates that like drinking beer

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    Do you eat kidney? It stunk out the house last time I tried frying it up haha

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    Soak kidneys in milk first

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxton View Post
    Soak kidneys in milk first
    I tend not to eat offal, but yoghurt is another marinade, the live bacteria help break down the proteins or some such.

    OP: any homekill guy should be able to put you on the spot if you can collect. It's usually left on site or chucked in a hole. I imagine you could get enough to last quite a while.
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