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[Costco] 20 x 4oz Wild Boar Medallions with Bacon

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[Costco] 20 x 4oz Wild Boar Medallions with Bacon

late at night and came across this on costco.ca. Never tried wild boar, but what can go wrong with bacon wrapped around it..:)

based on a quick google search of wild boar cost @ 23/lb, this should be a fairly hot deal, especially with the $25 masterpass deal ($84, for almost 5 lb of good cut meat)
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Make sure you cook the meat to the correct internal temperature otherwise you risk trichinosis
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REALBAUCE wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 7:18 am
Make sure you cook the meat to the correct internal temperature otherwise you risk trichinosis
With today's farming practices this is not much a concern. In fact, those of us that sous vide, we cook pork pink! That being said, sous vide uses a time/temp log scale to effectively pasteurize it. Although Grandma might not eat pink pork!

Decent article here:

http://www.porkcares.org/our-practices/ ... s-in-pork/
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REALBAUCE wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 7:18 am
Make sure you cook the meat to the correct internal temperature otherwise you risk trichinosis
I do not believe trichinosis risk should be an issue here; despite the moniker "wild" in their name (Wild Boar Medallions), these are not from wild animals, but rather from farm-raised boar, which gets government inspected (both before and after slaughtering, similar to farm-raised pigs).
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Drakestar wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 7:46 am
With today's farming practices this is not much a concern. In fact, those of us that sous vide, we cook pork pink! That being said, sous vide uses a time/temp log scale to effectively pasteurize it. Although Grandma might not eat pink pork!

Decent article here:

http://www.porkcares.org/our-practices/ ... s-in-pork/
Agreed. I've been cooking pork to 145 degrees. The new accepted safe temperature
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Has anyone order these before? Assuming they are frozen? Cryovac'd? Individual?

This seems like a great Christmas dinner for you and 19 close friend... Or I guess 10 regular sized people who eat 8oz steaks.
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Thx OP, was on the fence, but was unable to resist. In for 20
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How does Costco ship this? With dry ice?
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mre wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 1:46 pm
How does Costco ship this? With dry ice?
Nope. It comes alive, in a big crate. Pack of bacon is stapled to the side.

Hope you are handy with a butcher knife.
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canehdianman wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 2:51 pm
Nope. It comes alive, in a big crate. Pack of bacon is stapled to the side.

Hope you are handy with a butcher knife.
Thank you that's exactly what I was hoping.
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For those who normally eat these, what would you compare the taste too ?
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Is it a Product of Canada? I can't find this info on the website.

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