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Thousands of people in the United States raise and breed rabbits for meat. Raising rabbits is simple and economical. Rabbits need appropriate food and a safe, clean and ventilated environment. They require little attenti... More »

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Common breeds of rabbits to be raised for meat are New Zealand Whites, American Chinchilla, Rex and Californian. There are more than a dozen breeds available to choose from, depending on the specific needs of the breeder... More »

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Unlike beef, pork or venison, rabbit meat does not have a special name, it is simply called, "rabbit meat." Despite it being a rarity on many North American menus, it is a very popular dish across different parts of the ... More »

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Dog meat is generally high in fat and slightly gamier than red meats commonly consumed in the Western world, such as beef. One could easily mistake it for young goat or even lamb. More »

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Traditionally, a carne asada marinade uses vinegar, citrus juices, garlic and a variety of spices to create a tangy sauce that the meat soaks up. It adds zing to blander meats and tames the flavors of gamier meats. The m... More »

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Per About's Culinary Arts, the sell-by date on hamburger is intended as a guideline for the stores as to the last day it is reasonable to sell the meat safely. Federal law does not require or enforce a sell-by date. More »

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