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The Mountain Man Cookbook

The How-To Recipe Guide for Preparing, Cooking and Eating Raccoons, Muskrats, Beavers and Other Unconventional Wild Game

SKU# GROUP-U9370-U9376

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You’ll enjoy this wild game cookbook if:

  • You want to learn how to cook “furbearers,” and other unconventional wild game
  • You read Trapper & Predator Caller magazine, and are interested in trying out recipes from other readers
  • You not only want wild game recipes, but tips for food safety and preparation, as well

The Mountain Man Cookbook is the ultimate compilation of wild game recipes from readers of Trapper & Predator Caller magazine, who have discovered ways to create delicious meals out of animals like opposums, skunks, porcupines, bobcats, coyotes, and more. Though most people might be wary of cooking “furbearers,” the recipes included in this cookbook illustrate that furbearers are nothing more than “food-bearers,” and can actually make for a range of new, unique, and most importantly, tasty, meals. Though the bulk of the book consists of chapters dedicated to recipes for various wild animals, you’ll also benefit from background information on cooking unconventional wild game, as well as food safety and preparation tips. Once you’ve explored the range of wild game recipes in this cookbook, you’ll be ready to eat like a mountain man!

In The Mountain Man Cookbook you’ll find:

  • 175+ tried and true recipes for cooking unconventional wild game
  • A bonus introductory chapter from biologist Serge Larivière, a Trapper & Predator Caller field editor
  • Mouth-watering, wild game recipes for muskrats, squirrels, beavers, bears, and much more

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Try out 175+ recipes for preparing and cooking various "furbearers" in this wild game cookbook.

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