cooking with groundhog

Everyone knows of the famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phill. But did you know that not all that too long ago, groundhog was actually a regular item seen at the dinner table? it is said that if properly prepared, groundhog is very close to lamb (aka veal). According to Bergo, a former fine-dining chef who has become an advocate for responsible foraging and hunting, we could learn a thing or two from the ways our ancestors ate. Groundhogs are so abundant that most states impose few—if any—hunting restrictions on them. More importantly, relying on groundhogs as a food source instead of, say, pigs or cows, represents a conscientious departure from factory farming. Click the button below to read more about this!

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