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How to Prepare Wild Duck   


Pluck the duck.  Soak in a weak soda water mixture for one hour.  Drain Water.  Fill with fresh water and Parboil for 30 minutes .  Remove the duck, and dry thoroughly.  Fill with a dressing of your choice, and rub the duck with butter.  Pat flour all around the duck and salt and pepper the duck.  Bake at 350 degrees until tender.


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