[Sca-cooks] food laws

Nick Sasso grizly at mindspring.com
Sun Aug 31 10:24:31 PDT 2008

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< << < < Another [remote] possibility is that where capybara was written,
nutria was meant. I consider this only because the coypu is, like the
capybara, large (although not as large as the capybara), edible, and
more likely to be found in the Southern US than a capybara. And the
name is vaguely similar...

Or we can just take Fra Niccolo at his word, since I can think of many
worse policies... > > > > > >

I couldn't make this stuff up if I tried.  the state Department of Natural
Resources sent an agent who confirmed what it was, and it was a pretty
sizeable one.  Yes, it was escaped froma  wildlife rescue facility neaby.
That is a story of its own.  The creature was captured using cataloupe and
grapes, I believe.  Returned to the caretaker who had previously vehemently
insisted all of her animals were accounted for.

niccolo difrancesco
(I saw it by the roadside one evening a couple months prior, but
thought there was no way we had a capybara in Western GA USA!)

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