How do you eat a tough mountain goat?

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  1. moonwolf

    moonwolf Well-Known Member

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    You put the tough old wild goat hind in a big pot of water with a rock the same size as the wild goat meat.
    Boil for a very long time, or until the rock is tender.
    When the rock is tender, discard the old wild goat hind and eat the rock.

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  2. bumpus

    bumpus Well-Known Member

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    What is the cholesterol content per ounce of rock ?

    Can the old wild goat hind be used again ( recycled ) to start a new pot of stew, or would you have to add more rocks ?

    Is this a Old Southern dish ?

    Is this something out of the Dark Ages ?

    What would go good with the rock to make a 4 course meal ?

    Inquiring minds would like to know !

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  3. moonwolf

    moonwolf Well-Known Member

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    1. ZERO cholesterol
    2.Sure. Recycle but I would always have the same weight in rock to balance out the hind so the pot won't tip over.
    3.Silly, it's not a southern dish. It originated at an altitude of over 18,000 ft.!
    4. NOT from the 'dark ages' , but you already know it's a 'Stone Age' dish, don't you?
    5. for the last question Well, you'de want a hard place to go with the rock, and for the other 3 things after consulting Martha Stuart, I would go with iron bar, striped easy to wear dungarees, and perhaps some K-mart stock certificates for flavor :haha
     
  4. Darren

    Darren Still an :censored:

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    From what I've read, mountain goat is one of those things you only eat once. If you manage to get it down the first time.
     
  5. Ozarks_1

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    Darren, from what I've been told, it's easier to eat the mountain!
     
  6. Cyngbaeld

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    I like onions, potatoes and green beans with it. What time will it be done?