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COOKING WITH WILD HOG

If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard someone say wild hog tastes terrible, I’d be rolling in nickels. Truth is, with a little preparation, wild hog, or wild boar, as many refer to it, makes a flavorful addition to virtually any recipe calling for standard pork. When cooking wild boar, keep the following tips in mind to ensure a tasty and tender meal.

Careful with the Meat

Processing is the most important step to ensuring flavorful wild boar. Cleanliness is key, whether you’re field-dressing the animal yourself or taking it to a butcher. Wild boars are filthy, so make sure that no dirt or muck contaminates the meat. Also, take care that

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