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... florida iguanas ...4 the crockpot ...

Posted: July 2nd, 2018, 7:09 am
by regalringneck
... glad to see someones njoying them & i wonder how long till the pythons start gobbling them too ...

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/env ... story.html

Re: ... florida iguanas ...4 the crockpot ...

Posted: July 2nd, 2018, 1:33 pm
by BillMcGighan
I'm surprized it took this long for the news to catch it.

It's common place in latin america.

PS
The meat is really good, if prepared well.



PPS
The way I always prepared them was to tell them "calm down, this isn't going to hurt." ;)

Re: ... florida iguanas ...4 the crockpot ...

Posted: July 3rd, 2018, 1:27 pm
by Jimi
The way I always prepared them was to tell them "calm down, this isn't going to hurt." ;)
Love it, hilarious!

I ate them in Honduras. Perfectly good food. The green skin is a little odd, but...not a problem unless you make it one.

cheers

Re: ... florida iguanas ...4 the crockpot ...

Posted: September 22nd, 2021, 7:52 am
by Kelly Mc
A co worker ate iguana I think it was the tail in a stew if I remember correctly. He said it was good. Looking at what they eat it makes sense.

Reptiles are easy to 'detain' .. tie, secure or store until convenient to kill for the pot. Yet are as astute to pain and suffering as a mammal or a bird. Fully innervated. More aware than the inscrutability of a fixed countenance reads. Mammals and birds more routinely receive a merciful kill from people.