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“We’re going to show you how we do it down South,” says Hansler, a former biology teacher who had a severe reaction to a diamondback rattlesnake bite in September. “This is a western diamondback rattlesnake (that) one of the neighbors dropped off here last night. They ran this over and brought it to me, so fresh snake.” He skins the snake off camera, then soaks it in two eggs before breading and frying it “catfish style” over an open fire.
originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: LookingAtMars
I killed one back in the day when a dumbass acquaintance I had shot it with a bb gun. I didn't want it to suffer so I killed it quick and vowed I'd eat it.
The crazy part was after it had no head, and skinned and gutted, it was still requiring all my strength to keep it from moving. Very strange.
originally posted by: LookingAtMars
Looks pretty good. I would of tried some until I saw the dog wouldn't even eat it. Anyone out there ever eaten snake? How did you cook it?