Posted September 29, 2015 6:30 am by Comments

By Vanessa Torres

Slow cooked rabbit leg
How to Eat Arkansas Wild Game Safely: Start by Looking it Over Closely
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

Arkansas -( and more Arkansans are learning how to forage, hunt and fish in the state.

Arkansas has a wealth of outdoor recreation opportunities for those people looking to engage in an overall healthier lifestyle or perhaps add more nutritious sources of protein to their diet, according to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

When it comes to hunting, deer, rabbits, squirrels, birds and other types of game are great ways to get that much-needed protein after you’ve licked the last jar of peanut butter clean, but it isn’t as simple as popping the top on a jar of food and knowing it’s safe to eat.
While eating wild game can be one of the most reliable and satisfying ways to feed yourself, with no expiration date or butcher to tell you how long it has been on the shelf, how can you make sure it’s safe to eat?
Many diseases, parasites and bacterium are present in the wild world just outside your door, but with a little know how and careful consideration, you’ll be …read more

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