Rabbit Meat Is an Alternative for Pig Meat
April 6, 2021 7:13am CST
This morning, I was watching particular news about eating rabbit meat. In my country, I strongly believe that no one had tried to eat them. Unless these locals are living in the countryside. To cut it short, we are experiencing a scarcity of pig meat and they are thinking it is an alternative one. I am a meat lover but I am not sure if I will like it. For those who had eaten it, how does it taste? Is rabbit meat abundant at your market there? Image Credit: upload.wikimedia.org
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@Shavkat Oven baked it is delicious. I remember that my mom marinated the rabbit pieces the day before, they kept the rabbit in the refrigerator during the night and she baked in the oven with garlic and rosemary two hours before serving. It's very good.
@Shavkat Well, their diet is mainly greens or herbivores. They do not eat leftover foods which pig eats as part of their diet. Those that grow big are from a different strain/breed. They still have the same diet mostly green. So technically they are the same as the cows that eat only plants.
• Bunbury, Australia
@Shavkat Yes, I've had rabbit quite often but only as a child and young person. Mostly it was casseroled or stewed and it was nice that way. I'd certainly eat it again if it were offered. Occasionally, it's available in our butcher's shops but not too often.
I don't eat meat. Rabbit meat is not popular here. I have never seen it in the stores, but it might be possible to find it somewhere. I know some farmers who have rabbits, but they mostly eat the meat themselves or give it away to their families etc. Most Danes prefer other kinds of meat like chicken, pork or beef.
• United States
Rabbit is actually very good. It's flavor is very similar to chicken. We can buy it in pretty much any grocery store, although it is not a very popular meat in this country. I think it has nothing to do with the taste. But because many people keep rabbits as pets they simply have trouble putting Fluffy on their plates. lol