Squirrels Are for Dinner. Here is an Easy Way to Capture Them During a Survival Moment…


Squirrels are abundant all over North America; in fact, they are all over the world, avoiding only the polar regions and the driest of deserts.

They also have been a staple food for centuries, adorning tables of early American settlers and available in some of the finest early American hotels and taverns.

In recent decades, though, squirrels have fallen off the preferred menus of many.

Part of this reality is they look like a rodent, while another part is that many people associate squirrels with bucolic settings in urban and suburban parks.

While those to perspectives benefit the squirrels, the reality is that in a survival situation, they are an easy way to get some protein on your table.

To learn an easy way to capture squirrels, check out the next page.

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  1. Shawn Michael McKay said:

    Cut squirrel into frying size pieces, salt and pepper then roll in flour until coated well. Put in skillet of hot oil and fry until golden. Remove squirrel and most the oil, then add water and bring to boil. Place squirrel back into the skillet, turn to low heat, cover and cook for approximately 1 hour.