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Wild Boar Striploin, Boneless


Wild Boar Striploin, Boneless


    $47.99 - $49.99


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    While some believe that all game meats need to be cooked slowly, this cut of wild boar demands a quick sauté on a high heat grill for savory results.

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    Think steak. Pork steak. Or more accurately, wild boar steak.

    Subject it to the fires of the grill until a lovely crust is formed, and then slice into individual portions.

    The wild conditions imbue this meat with a sweet, slightly nutty taste.

    It's like a wild cousin to pork--richer, darker and more intense--but equally adaptable to varied spices and recipes.

    Of course, you can sauté the striploin, too. A hot pan, a little duck fat and a wine sauce are enough to satisfy the most demanding of game meat fans.

    Just the facts

    • Truly wild boar
    • Natural diet of grass, roots, nuts, fruits, acorns and grains
    • Humanely-trapped
    • No hormones, no antibiotics
    • USDA inspected
    • Sold in an uncooked state
    • Product of USA
    • Use within 3-5 days of receipt

    D'Artagnan partners with experienced trappers in Texas to provide the best wild boar on the hoof. Our wild boar is actually wild, and is humanely cage trapped in Texas, and then brought to USDA-inspected plants where it is processed in the same way as farm-raised hogs.

    The omnivorous wild boar has a voracious appetite and will eat everything from greens, native roots and acorns to agricultural crops. As you might imagine, they are considered a nuisance by farmers and ranchers.

    Because of the growing numbers of wild boar, the law permits year-round hunting of these feral hogs. By using large cages that do not harm the boar, our trapping process allows this game meat to be marketed under the USDA law, which forbids hunted game to be sold.

    This means that we can enjoy the primal taste of wild boar without having to do any of the hard work. It just doesn't get any wilder than this.

    Whether you sauté this striploin, stuff it and slow roast it, or cook it over charcoal on the grill, you'll find it intensely complex in flavor.

    Always be aware that with meat so lean, overcooking it is not a good idea.

    Our Wild Boar

    We work with experienced boar hunters in Texas to bring top quality wild game meat to market. These truly wild boar are humanely trapped, then inspected and processed at USDA-inspected facilities. Wild boar meat offers a familiar yet utterly unique flavor, akin to what our ancestors must have experienced. More red than pink, with distinctive nutty and sweet notes, it tastes like intense pork.

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