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 Posted: Sun Apr 16th, 2017 03:27 AM
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Location: 160 Miles SW Of The Frozen Tundra, Wisconsin USA
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I remember my aunt making Chicken foot soup. She'd scrub the chicken crap out from between the toes and boil the legs and feet from the drumstick joint down. That scaly yellow skin makes a bright yellow strong broth that floats dumplings very well.

Also had a neighbor that used to raise turkeys. They had a tall fence with an eaves trough attached about 4 feet down from the top. They'd tie the turkeys feet to the top of the fence and hang a weight from the turkeys head to keep it in the trough. Then cut the turkeys neck artery and catch the turkey blood in the eaves trough to make blood sausage. The depression taught some tough lessons indeed. RD

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