How to Cook a Snake

  1. Step 1: Acquire Fresh Snake. This is probably going to be the hard part. …
  2. Step 2: Skin and Clean Snake. Cut off the head, strip off the skin, and remove the guts as described in this Instructable. …
  3. Step 3: Dredge. …
  4. Step 4: Fry. …
  5. Step 5: Drain and Cool. …
  6. Step 6: Serve.

How do you properly eat a snake?

How to Cook a Snake

  1. Step 1: Acquire Fresh Snake. This is probably going to be the hard part. …
  2. Step 2: Skin and Clean Snake. Cut off the head, strip off the skin, and remove the guts as described in this Instructable. …
  3. Step 3: Dredge. …
  4. Step 4: Fry. …
  5. Step 5: Drain and Cool. …
  6. Step 6: Serve.


Can you actually eat a snake?

You can eat any type of snake, but the most popular snake that people most often choose to eat in the wild is the rattlesnake. Its diet is mostly rodents, plus insects and smaller reptiles. The meat has an earthy or gamey taste similar to alligator meat, with flesh that’s white and a little rubbery to the touch.

What happens if you eat a snake?

ScienceDaily says a study published in the International Journal of Food Microbiology shows that people can catch certain diseases such as trichinosis, pentastomiasis, gnathostomiasis and sparganosis by eating snakes. Snakes are also hosts to parasites, bacteria and viruses.

What does a snake taste like?

But contrary to what you might have heard, they don’t all taste like chicken. Snake is actually a rather popular protein in parts of the world, but does it actually taste any good? “Rattlesnake tastes, when breaded and fried, like a sinewy, half-starved tilapia,” according to The New York Times.

What does dog taste like?

He said: “It’s a red meat, quite fatty, and extremely fragrant. “Take a cross between beef and mutton, add extra meaty flavouring, and you’ve got the taste of dog. “It’s so delicious that if it wasn’t for the thought of eating dog, everyone would probably love it.”

Can you eat anaconda?

“However, they do face persecution by humans, as they are often killed on site due to fear of human ingestion.” Human ingestion is unlikely and humans should not kill anacondas.

Are spiders edible?

Where it’s eaten: Cambodia and Venezuela. How: Tarantula spiders — technically arachnids, not insects — are commonly fried in oil, salt, and sugar, and sometimes garlic, till crisp, then sold as street food in Cambodia, where they are eaten whole. The legs are crunchy, while the fat little abdomens are gooey.