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Fresh Whole Rabbit

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  • Approx. 3lbs / 1.4kg
  • Product of the USA
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Rabbit meat is lightly flavored and has a nutty aftertaste that is unique to this animal. It is a low fat meat, low in cholesterol, and a nutritious source of proteins. Excellent with a mustard sauce or stewed slowly with onions.

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  • ASIN: B00012182G
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (330 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #267,081 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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7,801 of 7,969 people found the following review helpful By George Takei on May 10, 2013
Brad and I were very excited to order a few of these delectable beauties in order to reenact the skinning and spitting-over-an-open-fire scene from Game of Thrones.

Now, I hate to split hares, but...

First of all, it is NOT at all as easy as it looks in that scene. Meera and Osha made it look so simple. But both Brad and I pulling together couldn't get that damn skin off. The rabbit wound up looking more like Theon Greyjoy's finger than a rabbit.

Second, apparently you cannot light an open fire in your backyard in Los Angeles. No one told us that. Thanks, LAFD, for understanding.

Third, it pretty much tastes like chicken.
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3,413 of 3,489 people found the following review helpful By J. A. KONRATH VINE VOICE on September 23, 2012
I bought two, left them alone in the refrigerator for a week, and now I have thirty-eight.

Off to buy a bigger fridge.
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1,053 of 1,105 people found the following review helpful By James K Polk on December 6, 2011
For the love of all that is decent, do NOT choose the "Buy It Used" option. Just trust me on this one.

(Written from my hospital bed)
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3,638 of 3,860 people found the following review helpful By M. Rosen on August 6, 2007
Like many suburban homeowners, I like to kill and eat the wild animals that populate my backyard. To keep it sporting, I hunt naked, with my teeth and long sharpened fingernails as my only weapons. I've feasted on squirrel, raccoon, vole and numerous songbirds. But no matter how long I lay spread eagle and motionless in the hot noonday sun, I have never been able to outwit and catch any of the plump and juicy rabbits that hop just outside my reach and then bolt for the woods when I leap forward with a blood-curdling shriek. I have chased them at a dead run through the yards of the many unoccupied homes that surround mine but the pursuit always ends in frustration. But no more, thanks to Amazon. Every week, I order a fresh whole rabbit and affix it to a remote control car that is operated by one of my children. This way, I get the thrill of the hunt, and when the car's batteries are exhausted, I can leap upon it, bury my teeth into the rabbit's soft flesh and perform my ritual victory dance right there in the Walgreen's parking lot.
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538 of 570 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 19, 2013
When poached in Tuscan Milk there is no hare with which to compare. I'm thinking some sliced bananas would be a great garnish. If only I could slice them...
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496 of 531 people found the following review helpful By CATHERINE A. POLLITZ on May 10, 2013
My neighbor, who raises tortoises, is always bragging about how smart his tortoises are. How they're not slow, like everyone thinks. I swear, it's the only thing this idiot talks about and it was starting to get on my nerves! One afternoon I'm talking to the guy across the fence (about -- what else? his stupid tortoises), and the light bulb went off over my head. I said, "Let's have us a good ole race - you know, like in the book? I'll get 100 rabbits and you pick 100 of your fastest tortoises." He agreed, and we got another neighbor to volunteer to judge the marathon.

I ordered 100 of these fresh, whole rabbits. They were advertised as "fresh," so I figured they'd be rested and ready to go. They did look a little funny, however, but when the day came, I lined them all up. The flag went down. Nothing moved. Nothing! The tortoises never moved an inch. So I capitulated and said, "Let's call it a draw and just go home." But Noooooo! The "judge" announced my neighbor's tortoises the winners. What the heck? The judge said, "He wins on a technicality." "Technicality!" I shouted, "What freakin' technicality could you possibly mean?"

The judge walked down the line of 100 rabbits. One rabbit was placed slightly behind the other 99. So I lost because, apparently, I had a receding hareline.
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158 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Stark Raving Brad on February 16, 2013
When OH WHEN will the Hutzler company quit screwing around with bananas and give the people what they REALLY need: a Fresh Whole Rabbit Slicer!!!!!

I am counting the days.
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283 of 309 people found the following review helpful By Jim on March 15, 2013
Rabbit is okay, but it just lays there. It won't eat carrots, won't lay any Easter eggs or anything. I put batteries in it like the ones I see on TV and that didn't work either. I'm open for suggestions on this as I am in serious need of Easter eggs and really have run out of viable options.
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