It's really simple.
*On a side note, be careful to cook your game thoroughly. Parasites are nasty little things that will transfer from game to the carnivore in uncooked meat. Generally small game taken between the first frost and the last frost of the season is safer to eat than if taken in the middle of August.
All things being equal, if cooking game in the wild, make sure it's very well done, and eliminate the possibility of parasite transfer all together.
A good indication of disease or parasites in small game is a spotted liver.
Below is a great little video on cleaning that rabbit you just trapped.
*Second side note when it comes to rabbits: They don't have enough fat in their meat. If your diet consisted only of rabbit and nothing else you would eventually die of protein poisoning. Some people say you can help combat that by eating the rabbit brain and eyeballs.
The human body needs a balanced diet of protein, fats and carbs. Like a three legged stool, without any of those, the machine will break down.
*Animals that provide fatty meats: Beavers, turtles, porcupines, fish, bear and edible insects. Edible insects are almost 100% fat. So if you have rabbit on the menu, make sure you supplement it with a fatty side dish.
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