How To Survive a Crisis?

How To Survive a Crisis?

Do you know how to turn a simple sunflower seed into a piece of delicious meat? If not, ask the Russians – some of them know nice ways of how to survive the crisis…

How To Survive a Crisis?

First of all, buy a packet of sunflower seeds.

How To Survive a Crisis?

Go to the nearest place with the high concentration of pigeons. Throw the seeds on the ground.

How To Survive a Crisis?

Wait till the greedy creatures approach your feet.

How To Survive a Crisis?

Make an abrupt movement and grab the youngest and the gentlest one.

How To Survive a Crisis?

How To Survive a Crisis?

Or the fattest one. A pigeon is an exceptionally dull bird, so in this way you can catch up to 3 pigeons in one place.

How To Survive a Crisis?

Pluck them.

How To Survive a Crisis?

Cut the head and the legs off.

How To Survive a Crisis?

Marinate the bodies either in vinegar, mayonnaise and spices, or, if the crisis is not so bad, in wine for at least one day, otherwise the meat will be tough!

How To Survive a Crisis?

Bake for an hour on a baking sheet covered with the foil. 10 minutes before the end, remove the foil and turn on the upper grill. Decorate the dish with greens and potatoes.

Bon appetit!

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45 thoughts on “How To Survive a Crisis?”

    • You would if you lived in Russia. Don’t you remeber the post showing them injecting chickens with some mystery fluid.

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      • That’s Belorussia and that’s a fake. Just pigeon and quail look like similar.
        Working as an accountant for 80$ a month never eated a pigeon ))

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  1. Nice. 😀 They probably don’t taste too bad with a bit of spice/herbs. Should probably do this in nodnol. How do the cities compare for pollution?

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  2. lol.. Very clever idea to use in desperate situations when there isn’t many things around to eat.

    A lot of people these days couldn’t get past picking up the pigeon, killing it, plucking the feathers, cutting it open and cleaning it.

    Hunger is the best sauce.

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  3. Yeah… a full dose of lead and other heavy metals + chemicals from the cities life and etc.. Good luck whit that eating habits and future health problems (cancer and other)_.

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  4. And if the crises gets really bad, you can use the raw pigeon to catch roof-rabbit or the cooked pigeon to catch long-pig! 😀

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  5. Why not? I hunt squirrels around here. but my gun normally just blows them apart unless I get a head shot.

    Rats with wings, I’m guessing they’re dirty on the outside, the meat is OK. I mean, they eat “normal” stuff, seeds, popcorn, bread crumbs etc… Pluck ’em and you get the bugs too.

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  6. yes yes if you just look a second time you will notice those feathers are from neither a chicken or pigeon. I wonder which forever alone did such desperate thing to make him get noticed?

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  7. Well:
    1) Not Russians, but Belorussians.
    2) It was a joke, y’know. It’s not actually a pigeon that the author cooked, but a quail, lol.

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  8. thats disgusting(if the person really ate it), they’re full of infetuous diseases.
    and if you don’t have money for meat, grow your own vegetables, too much meat is not healthy anyway

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  9. As a poor American kid, we ate pigeon when I was growing up… of course it was home grown out in a very rural area…

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    • Nothing wrong with that whatsoever. Of course…I would prefer grain fed to garbage fed but hey, at least these were free range! 😉

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  10. Believe it or not the pigeon was breded for human consumption and it eaten all around the world, but the United States where they are pets and flying rats.

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