Rabbit Whole Fryer

Rabbit
Whole Fryer

3 LB. (AVG)
Regular price $51.00 Sale

Our Rabbits have a mild flavor similar to chicken. However, the ratio of meat to bone is better than chicken. Rabbits are one of the most environmentally sustainable animals on the planet. Rabbits grow 6 pounds per 1 pound a cattle would grow, using the same amount of feed and water. Being naturally cholesterol free makes Rabbit a heart healthy choice. Roast with white wine or stock to keep the lean meat of the Rabbit flavorful and juicy.

Our Rabbits have a mild flavor similar to chicken. However, the ratio of meat to bone is better than chicken. Rabbits are one of the most environmentally sustainable animals on the planet. Rabbits grow 6 pounds per 1 pound a cattle would grow, using the same amount of feed and water. Being naturally cholesterol free makes Rabbit a heart healthy choice. Roast with white wine or stock to keep the lean meat of the Rabbit flavorful and juicy.

Customer Reviews

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N.R.
delizioso

Excellent quality, perfectly cleaned, no gamey flavor, easy to butcher into portions and more importantly, very meaty!

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C.
Great Rabbit

This was my first time cooking farmed rabbit. They had a nice mild flavor and had a lot of meat on them. Very flavorful game meat. Would definitely buy again. Have a second in the freezer that I’ll be using for a Scottish stew.

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S.F.
Stifado of rabbit.

For a small guy he is meaty. We found an authentic Greek recipe to cook it with. We also love your Barberie duck. Beats those Long Island ones by a long shot. Now we’re going to try your special ground beef. Yummmm.

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C.G.
Great products.

I cooked one of the two rabbits and the pheasant I recently purchased and my husband enjoyed both dinners very much.
The packaging was great: everything arrived frozen solid, including the ice packing.
I will be placing additional orders in the future.

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N.H.
IT WAS AWESOME!!!

i HAVE COOKED 2 RABBITS SO FAR AND THEY ARE SO DELICIOUS! IT DOESN'T MATTER HOW YOU COOK THE RABBITS BECAUSE WE TRIED IT IN STEW AND WE BAKED THE SECOND ONE. EVERYTHING WAS GREAT!!