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Når man efter 3 år opdager at man faktisk er jagthund og går i grav, så bliver man fandme tvunget i bad.. det var sgu sjovere nede i graven hos Mikkel. 🌲🦊 #daschund #foxhunting #gravjagt #bodenjagd #grytjakt #tax #gravhund #erstemal

Bill Badger and the Pirates is a children's novel with a canal-side setting, written and illustrated in 1960 by the prolific author Denys Watkins-Pitchford, who wrote under the pseudonym "BB". Just three months before he died in 1990, the much-loved countryside and children’s author Denys Watkins-Pitchford MBE, or “BB” as he is better known, laid down his pen, having finished his final book. He had written it in an old exercise book with barely a correction. It is astonishing to think that an 83-year-old man, by this time blind in one eye and on twice-weekly dialysis, could have mentally transported himself back to the marshes, gullies and creeks of his hunting years one last time. In a literary career spanning more than 40 years, BB, who took his nom de plume from the heavy shot used to bring down wild geese, wrote more than 60 books. Most of them he illustrated himself, beautifully and with a passion for the natural world that still shines through.
In 1942, BB won the Carnegie Medal for his children’s book Little Grey Men, a wonderful tale about the last gnomes of England and their quest to find their lost brother, Cloudberry. BB always swore that he actually saw a gnome, as a child, near the family home in Lamport, Northamptonshire, and he never lost an almost childlike mysticism. “It is well known that BB was an old-time hunter-gatherer and shot for the pot, not the size of the bag. He would never waste anything edible, and had his own recipes for serving up a meal.” #dominikdachs#billbadger#blaireau#tasso#brok#grevling#badger#dachs#grimmbart#schmalzmann#bursuc#borz#tejon#jazweg#melesmeles#bodenjagd#

Already distraught at the notion of the badgers being culled en masse in U.K because of their perceived role in spreading bovine tuberculosis, the nation is now gagging at the suggestion, from celebrity chef Clarissa Dickson Wright that the stripy-faced animals should be cooked. And eaten. (Small surprise: the former "Fat Lady" has a new book to promote.) Clarissa's England: A Gamely Gallop Through the English Counties.

In France blaireau au sang (badger with blood) is a well-remembered recipe. In Italy and the Balkans rural people have a culture of badger-eating. In Russia badgers have been a food and a folk-medicine, their fat a curefor coughs. The Prussians even bred a dog – the dachshund (badger hound) – to hound the beasts out of their setts.

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Früher hielt man Dachse für erdbewohnende Dämonen. Viele Merkmale und Verhaltensweisen der heimischen Raubtiere haben den Menschen immer wieder Anlass gegeben, diese in merkwürdiger, aber phantasievoller Weise zu deuten und bestimmten Teilen des Tieres eine heilende Wirkung zuzusprechen. So erhielt der Dachs auch den Namen “Schmalzmann”, weil sein Fett als Universalmittel gegen Nierenschmerzen, Seitenstechen und Husten eingesetzt wurde. Gedörrtes Dachsblut half angeblich gegen Aussatz. Heute begegnet man Dachshaar in Drogerien und Parfümerien: als Rasierpinsel. Und das ausgelassene Dachsfett wird heute noch gerne in Apotheken zur Herstellung von Salben verwendet. Die vegane Form ohne Dachsfett dafür mit fancy Dachs Logo gibts dann auch als Badger Salben, .o.k nur das Massageöl, denn die restlichen Crémes enthalten mitunter Bienenwachs. http://www.badgerbalm.com/

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