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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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Also known as a bottom sirloin or triangle roast, this juicy and flavorful cut of meat is known for its rich flavor. Wondering how to cook tri-tip in the oven? Choose from three popular methods. More »

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To slice corned beef, rest the meat with its fatty side facing downwards for a few minutes. Note the grain of the meat, place a meat fork through its center, and cut thin slices against or across the grain using a carvin... More »

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To make jerky using a smoker, marinate the meat, smoke it for two to three hours, transfer it to a dehydrator, and leave it there until it dries. This recipe requires 3 pounds of beef, preferably eye of round or bottom r... More »

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