I have lots of theories about lots of things! Most of which are pretty strange!
Skunk jerky, without question. I grew accustomed to it while interning for the Bush administration, where everyone who is not the former, is the latter. While venison jerky can be pretty good, a fully odorized skunk, when dried, makes ones gastronomic day.Out here in the Marianas we have a tiny feral deer imported from Asia. There are a few left on Saipan but most are to be found on our 'eco isle' Rota about 70 miles south of Saipan. Hunting the little critters is big sport there and I must admit, the meat is far better than North America's white tail or mule deer venison. Here the meat is sometimes bar-b-qued by cooking over an open fire or coal, but is most often eten raw as a 'keleguen' dish 'cooked' by immersion in citrus juice and spiked with spicy seasonings. Ummm.
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