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Squirrel sushi

Montreal celebrity chef Martin Picard has published an eery cookbook that not only contains highly canivorous recipes but also offers presentation suggestions.  The ode to Canadiana and its Québécois traditions includes recipes for “Confederation Beaver” — stripped of its sacs, stuffed with its own tail and steeped in hot water — and “Squirrel Sushi” — with the paws, tail and head saved for presentation.

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I am not sure if I will eat this Sushi.
are they really using a real squirrel or is it fake?
April 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAhmad@lunaticg

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