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One of my chickens died, from old age, I'm guessing. Does anyone know how to prepare it for cooking, pls contact me quickly.
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I just heard about that recipe, but didn't know it was called the cockatoo recipe. :-)
Yes, my niece is also highly allergic, but there are always bees around and I've placed the hives so they don't head towards the house easily.
Ha ha, too funny Brother Joe. You could maybe try the old "cockatoo" recipe. Put the chook in a billy full of water with a meduim sized stone, when the stone gets soft take the bird out and eat what's left.
This will make you smile: just found out both next door neighbors are highly alergic to bee stings.
the dog didn't want it either, so I cut it up and put some in my protein suppliments for the chooks, one maggot producer and one soldier fly larvae producer.
Hope you have good teeth Joe! That's where the term, "old boiler" came from. She's a tough old boiler. I would only use it for fertiliser myself... Bury it and plant something on top lol good luck.
no I haven't seen that, I'll try to find it
I didn't eat this one, as after I took the feathers off, I saw a large tumor(?) at the base of her neck and her body was quite thin. It looks like the remaining one, at least was the egg layer. Maybe the one that died didn't lay due to cancer(?).
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