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Simple recipe, put a 1/4 inch of water in a pan maybe a dash of powdered garlic (I don't think I used enough to effect the flavor). put steamer basket in pot. Place whole guinea pig on basket (I used skin-off guinea pig). Simmer on low heat until the meat changes color and is cooked. Pick meat off bone and wrap in warm flour tortillas. Enjoy!!
I'm really debating weather I should try something like cuy and dumplings (one of my fav rabbit recipes), or whether I should do the tortillas again.
Cuy has a much stronger flavor than rabbit. Honestly, I don't know what I would do to have a rabbit and cuy stew.
Ps. I've always favored simple recipes when I was cooking rabbits from our rabbitry
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Although I have yet to adventure into eating Guinea Pigs... I always wondered what show breeders do with their extras...lol
I assume skinny pigs would be favoured for eating, because they already have less hair..
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