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Anyone ever culled and dressed a goose?

Mardyass Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Bit of a gross one but want to know!
Anyone ever culled and then dressed a goose,any tips or hints?

a neighbour told me the best way is to axe off the head and then let them drain out but to me this seems awful,maybe im not cut out for this i dont know lol

Bearing in mind theyre a bit big and im a bit little lol

Never tried goose before,what is it really like?
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
roast goose is lovely
Have you got to kill it then ?

Its not a problem as said cut off the head its the easiest way but dont let go of the bird when you do it :p
#2
Never dressed a goose - but have dressed a dog!





















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#3
renown
roast goose is lovely
Have you got to kill it then ?


cooking it live is a bit out of order dont you think
#4
Infact no i think about it i'm more used to undressing birds than dressing them :whistling:
#5
renown
roast goose is lovely
Have you got to kill it then ?
well unless i eat it live :roll: lol

what does it taste similar to??

ive culled a fair few poorly chickens and ducks,the first one the worst one by far but always used the broomstick method,apparently with birds you want to use for table meat you have to hang them upside down before killing and preferably by taking the head off to allow the heart to pump the blood out,it all sounds so ruddy messy,i dont reckon i could lift one upside down either lol
maybe theres an easier way???
#6
loupomm
cooking it live is a bit out of order dont you think


well not good for the bird but you would'nt want to eat it raw :thinking:
#7
Mardyass
well unless i eat it live :roll: lol

what does it taste similar to??

ive culled a fair few poorly chickens and ducks,the first one the worst one by far but always used the broomstick method,apparently with birds you want to use for table meat you have to hang them upside down before killing and preferably by taking the head off to allow the heart to pump the blood out,it all sounds so ruddy messy,i dont reckon i could lift one upside down either lol
maybe theres an easier way???


yes get someone else to do it

just get on and do it it sounds to me like you have background knowledge so do it :p
#8
Don't look it in the eye, you'll never be able to eat it. :w00t:
#9
be lot easier to buy one from LIDs they were £15 week fore xmas
#10
renown
yes get someone else to do it
hhmmmm if only lol hubby wont do it:x
#11
mrcareful
be lot easier to buy one from LIDs they were £15 week fore xmas

ahhhh yes but i know what these geese have eaten and how their lives have been :)
#12
Mardyass
hhmmmm if only lol hubby wont do it:x


tell him he's a pussy lol:whistling:
#13
renown
tell him he's a pussy lol:whistling:
lol he goes mad if a poorly hen or duck has to be killed,says im heartless but id rather they were pain free and out of their misery than to be alive and suffering
#14
so whats the excuse for a live and kicking goose? lol
#15
storysacks
so whats the excuse for a live and kicking goose? lol

dinner! and the fact i saw them in sainsburys before xmas,a free range goose £50,maybe its an aquired taste lol

and it will be a gander boys tut too many of em lol
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