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Sous Vide Boar

Boar behaves very similarly to pork but has a richer, slightly sweet and sometimes nutty flavor. Wild boar is an excellent type of meat that can easily be prepared sous vide for a delicious, hearty meal that will impress your friends and family. I like to prepare it just like pork, cooking it at 140°F (60°C) long enough to cook it through and pasteurize it.

Sous Vide Boar Recipes and Articles

How Long Do You Sous Vide Odd Meats and Proteins? – Ask Jason

In a recent Ask Jason Q&A session Cody said "Moose ribs are challenging" and Penny Ann asked "Jason, how do I cook beef back rib, rib fingers? I want to sous vide them today, any clue?" Both of these questions address the same issue: How Long Do You Sous Vide Odd Meats and Proteins?

Sous Vide Boar Strip Loin with Sweet Potato and Corn Salad Recipe

Lately I've been playing around a lot more with sous viding boar. It's very similar to regular pork, but it has a slightly funkier, gamey taste that I like, especially when paired with a heavier side like this sweet potato and corn salad. I like to top it off with some microgreens, but any type of sprouts or greens will work to add some crispness and texture to the dish.

Sous Vide Boar Tenderloin Recipe with Cherry Chutney

Boar behaves very similarly to pork but has a richer, sometimes nutty flavor. I sous vide it at 140°F (60°C) long enough to cook it through and pasteurize it. This recipe complements the flavor of the meat with a sweet and spicy cherry chutney.

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