Catch and bake snake in an unique way

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Keep moving on the journey to discover Wilderness Technology of the two aboriginal men. Going through many regions, they live by catching and eating animals ,of course in the permitted hunting animals of the national organizations. They ate everything they saw and catched. As well as being able to enjoy a custard apple that ripes naturally without human impact, in the jungle is a wonderful thing.

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While enjoying a delicious custard apple, the two men saw a snake near by. The snake is so big and dangerous. One of the men grabbed the snake but because of his carelessness and lack of technique, he was bitten. The other man kept calm and gave first aid to his friend by sucking venom out of his friend’s hand. Then, he took his friend to safe place to rest and kept finding the snake. Finally, he found the snake den.


Thanks to his experience and ingenuity, he pulled the snake out and quickly held it’s head to avoid being bitten. Finally, he catched it.

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Baking snake in an unique way of the two aboriginal men


Snake has bold and delicious meat, if processing in an unproper way, the special taste of snake can not be revealed. Let’s find out the special processing method of the aborigines.

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First of all, they splited the snake and removed it’s viscera, then, they dug a shallow hole on the ground and put a rock on the hole mouth. After that, they rolled the snake and put it on the rock and set fire to the bottom. To bake snake evenly without burning, you should flip it every 10 -15 minutes. After baking for 45 minutes to 1 hour, the two aboriginal men had an unique and eye-catching baked snake.


To add flavor to this food, they added lime, chili and salt to give rich flavor and color.

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Note :Snakes are dangerous animal, if you don’t have experience and cannot identify what kind of snake they are, you should take care when dealing with them.


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I'd have a go, if I knew it wasn't a deadly one. I'm an indiscriminate carnivore!
 

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Why not, I´ve eaten sea turtle.
 
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rattlesnake is very good. caught 4 one day in montana, cut off head, skinned (that was a bit weird with the snake writhing) gutted and salted and fried. tasted similar to frog legs. was pretty good for a first try
 

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If I ever kill another rattlesnake, I am thinking I'd like to cook it. I killed many years ago at a camp I was in, but didn't have the inclination to cook one then.
I've eaten snake in china, along with all kinds of other critters.

Anyone here ever cook a rattlesnake?
 

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I've thought about trying the snake chili at a wild game restaurant in Houston but haven't been yet. I've wondered if I would feel said snake trying to slither back together afterward.
 

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if you see danger should not be so,
 
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rattlesnake is very good. caught 4 one day in montana, cut off head, skinned (that was a bit weird with the snake writhing) gutted and salted and fried. tasted similar to frog legs. was pretty good for a first try

I agree, rattlesnake has a sort of frogleggy / almost catfishesque kind of flavor.
At least it does when dusted in salt, pepper and corn meal then deep fried.
There was no "tastes like chicken" flavors in it, as far as I could tell.
 

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