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My husband and I live in Kentucky where coyotes can be hunted year round. Last night we were talking about if coyote is fit to eat. Does anyone have any thoughts? (Other than I'm crazy, it's a dog, yada yada yada...) I know it sounds kinda gross but in a survival situation if you were starving, would it harm you to eat one? And people that hunt coyotes...what do they do with the body after it's been skinned for the pelt? That's the one animal I've never hunted before so I don't know much about them, other than there are PLENTY behind our house and annoying/pest. Thanks guys!
 

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One word BBQ
 

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Some of us have spent time in others countries ,many of them not on the tourist list.
We have eaten Dog,horse, camel ,snake and just about every rodent known to man kind.
Not going out of my way to get it but if hungry it will be eaten.
 
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Some of us have spent time in others countries ,many of them not on the tourist list.
We have eaten Dog,horse, camel ,snake and just about every rodent known to man kind.
Not going out of my way to get it but if hungry it will be eaten.
 

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Dog meat is great for burritos or most any Mexican dishes. The spices tend to complement the meat.
 

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Steve Renella, from MeatEater, and one of my heroes, just did a special where he ate coyote. I would, just like I would also eat a lot of ther stuff, if I had to. Meat is meat, as they say.
 
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