Badger Stew

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Introduction: Badger Stew

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Dead animal dismembering!
Irreverence! Possible poor taste!
Non-compliance with user expectations!
Don't read unless you want that sort of thing!

You've killed and skinned a badger.
Now what?
Cut it up.
And cut it up and cut it up.
And make stew!

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    This is so wrong, yet it tastes so right..........

    I love badgers. Have you seen my profile picture! Great instructable though.

    You mentioned a trapper saying the badger was a bit skinny/small, I have to agree. It's a good-sized animal you got, but there are ones out there that are really big.

    Here one takes on a grizzly bear:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RqJFza3sbE

    So, how was this taste-wise?

    Is that girl topless?

    ...but how could you tell the badger was a girl??

    That badger has no skin on it!!!

    She's not just topless, she's a topless micro-celebrity. Welcome to Burning Man

    Welcome to Burning Man, where nudity means even less than it normally does, if it ever meant anything... Please review This instructable.
    what discreet photography :-)