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Remy Eats Raccoon (www.foododdities.com)

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Uploaded on May 10, 2011

People are of two minds with raccoons. When they're wandering around being all cute, people love them. They're little bandits! But when they've made a nest in the attic, people hate them. They're little monsters!

Truth is, raccoons have been a food source in America for a long time. Native Americans ate them, and they were commonly eaten on American farms.

In fact, the first edition of The Joy of Cooking, published in the early 1900s, actually featured a recipe for cooking raccoon. Isn't that mainstream enough?

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