When I’m butchering a rabbit, I like to use a very sharp knife. The sharpness of the blade allows me to cut the rabbit much, much more quickly than I would if I were using a dull knife. It also allows me to cut the rabbit at an angle that allows me to easily separate it from the bone. I can then easily and quickly clean up the blood and guts.
When Im butchering a rabbit, I use a sharp knife to cut it at an angle to allow for easy clean up. By doing this, I can easily separate the rabbit and blood from the bone. As a bonus, I can even use the clean-up part of the process to put the rabbit out of its misery.
Some days it’s just easier to just use a sharp knife. Other days, I’m just not that happy about the clean up part. But you’ll find that most of the time, cutting a rabbit without the messy cleanup is a much better option than having a blunt knife with its own mess.
I have to admit that I’m not a very good butcher, but I’ve been asked if I can clean up the mess on my cutting board after I cut up a rabbit. Well, I can! I just used an empty milk carton to stuff the rabbit in and then tried to use that to clean up the mess.
Well, there was that whole thing with the mess from the blood getting all over the carton. Or maybe I should say, I have no idea. I didn’t see the blood at all, but it’s possible that whoever asked me to clean up the mess accidentally spilled some of it on my cutting board.
You can clean up the blood by cutting the meat down into small portions and then putting the meat into a container and then boiling water in a pot. This allows for the blood to steam off before you do any work. Of course, it depends on the butcher if you do this. I have my doubts.
We know exactly when it happened. In this episode of Butchering Rabbit, Colt tries to convince his friend, Boggie, to cut the meat into small portions for him. Boggie wants to kill a rabbit, but Colt doesn’t have the nerve to do it himself. And it’s this lack of nerve that gets him killed.
Boggie, Colt, and our heroes all meet up at the butcher shop after the slaughter to watch the meat being cooked. As it turns out, Boggie was not the one who wanted to kill the rabbit. Colt had to pay the butcher to cut the meat into smaller pieces for him. The butcher says that it was Colt who wanted to have the meat cooked.
It was Colt who was trying to kill the rabbit. But Boggie didn’t want to kill it. He was just paying the butcher to chop it up. And the butcher said that Colt was the one who wanted to cook the meat. This is why Boggie was pissed off at Colt. Boggie has no memory of the butcher’s words. This is why he was so angry with Colt when the two of them met up.
Well… I think it is important to note that Colt Vahn does have a memory. And as you will see in the trailer, it is a very vivid memory. It doesn’t necessarily make Colt Vahn a bad person. Colt Vahn is a man who has a very vivid memory of his days and nights with Boggie.