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#3427937 - 10/30/13 05:01 PM Barbecue: Wild Hog vs. Domestic
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Mud Dauber
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We smoked shoulders from both a wild pig and a domestic pig for a side by side comparison.

http://gocarnivore.com/2013/10/30/barbecue-wild-hog-vs-domestic-hog/
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#3427989 - 10/30/13 06:15 PM Re: Barbecue: Wild Hog vs. Domestic [Re: Poser]
chero
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For a "better" tasting wild hog, catch or trap, then feed for a couple weeks before butchering.
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#3427997 - 10/30/13 06:18 PM Re: Barbecue: Wild Hog vs. Domestic [Re: Poser]
fredfred
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Great write up!
I always add apple juice to the pan and make a foil tent over Wild Hog to add moisture. Seems to help a little
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#3428192 - 10/30/13 08:19 PM Re: Barbecue: Wild Hog vs. Domestic [Re: fredfred]
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Wish I could remember who brought wild hog to the vous one year.
Best I have ever ate in my life.
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#3428201 - 10/30/13 08:25 PM Re: Barbecue: Wild Hog vs. Domestic [Re: RUGER]
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interesting indeed. it seems that the domestic hog won all the battles but lost the war, lol
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#3428326 - 10/30/13 09:05 PM Re: Barbecue: Wild Hog vs. Domestic [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
interesting indeed. it seems that the domestic hog won all the battles but lost the war, lol


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#3428377 - 10/30/13 09:46 PM Re: Barbecue: Wild Hog vs. Domestic [Re: Poser]
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Here's a tip from another one of my TnDeer buddies... wrap it in Bacon and stick a toothpick thru it lol, tastes like chicken.
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#3428595 - 10/31/13 06:44 AM Re: Barbecue: Wild Hog vs. Domestic [Re: Carlos Viagra]
Inkstainz
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I'd say a wild hog would be better than a domestic one and you could inject apple juice and do a tent full of apple juice to keep it moist while keep the smoke out.
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#3428598 - 10/31/13 06:45 AM Re: Barbecue: Wild Hog vs. Domestic [Re: Carlos Viagra]
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Just for reference, the domestic hogs we raised here last year were significantly better than any comparable cut from the store. We raised berkshires and I have been ruined as a result. I could barely eat a shoulder from kroger that I slow cooked the other day. :P Wild hog is still delicious, however, because it doesn't have that terrible tasting fat in the meat!
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#3428659 - 10/31/13 07:40 AM Re: Barbecue: Wild Hog vs. Domestic [Re: outoftouch]
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 Originally Posted By: outoftouch
Just for reference, the domestic hogs we raised here last year were significantly better than any comparable cut from the store. We raised berkshires and I have been ruined as a result. I could barely eat a shoulder from kroger that I slow cooked the other day. :P Wild hog is still delicious, however, because it doesn't have that terrible tasting fat in the meat!


Yeah, berkshires are fine hogs. When I buy pork products, especially Fatback for making sausage and Lard for cooking, I always get it from Newman Farms who do pasture raised, Berkshires.
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