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Post by GB on 27th May 2011, 12:00 am

I have been killing a few rabbits lately and have been washing the blood into the garden as it clots so fast in the heat but if I collect it in a cup and put it on ice till done with the rest of the butchering, is it good for anything?

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Post by Compostwoman on 27th May 2011, 12:06 am

No idea for cooking, but it IS good on plants... Twisted Evil

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Post by Jaded Green on 27th May 2011, 9:19 am

The questions that get asked here.

Even our gardening is vegan (though the occasional thing sneaks in if she's not with us!)
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Post by Compostwoman on 27th May 2011, 9:21 am

GB wrote:I have been killing a few rabbits lately and have been washing the blood into the garden as it clots so fast in the heat but if I collect it in a cup and put it on ice till done with the rest of the butchering, is it good for anything?

Blood puddings? Where is Billy when you need him?

JG I don't use any animal by products, ( apart from chicken poo) on the garden either.

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Post by GB on 27th May 2011, 1:40 pm

Jaded Green wrote:The questions that get asked here.

Even our gardening is vegan (though the occasional thing sneaks in if she's not with us!)

Laughing My garden is a charnel house of left over bits of butchered animals, pets and rescued car struck animals that don't make it. Its all good Cool

But where I butcher is just scruffy grass so its a shame to waste the blood on it Laughing Billy was talking about his offaloaf but he said unclotted blood..................

Hmmmm, might just put a bucket of water under today's bunny and the blood in for the veg. garden. Would save wasting it this time and give Billy time to chime in with the best way to use clotted blood Wink Laughing

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Post by Wilhelm Von Rhomboid on 27th May 2011, 4:07 pm

Clotted blood is fine - fry it up with some onions or use it to bulk up a sausage mix, in stews whatever.

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Post by GB on 27th May 2011, 4:40 pm

Wilhelm Von Rhomboid wrote:Clotted blood is fine - fry it up with some onions or use it to bulk up a sausage mix, in stews whatever.

Yay, he lives!

Never even thought of just frying it up Embarassed although now you mention it, you said something about scrambled eggs and blood, didnt you?

Mind like a sieve, thats me Laughing

Will be having eldest son D working the camera as I do a rabbit today. Mummy bunnys time has come!

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