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tip on cleaning ducks #7847316 05/22/20 02:11 AM
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When I clean ducks , if it is a 'good ' duck, mallard, teal, wigeon, when I cut the legs off, I leave one knuckle on one leg.
For "other" ducks I cut both knuckles off. -----redhead, scaup merganser, etc. When I have guests over for a duck dinner, they are served the ones with both knuckles cut off.

Re: tip on cleaning ducks [Re: booskay] #7847329 05/22/20 02:20 AM
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