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Pork Tenderloin

Wild boar meat usually needs long, slow cooking periods to tenderize it, as it comes from a free-range animal that develops a lot of muscle as it runs around. The exception is the wild pork tenderloin cut. Cut from the long, seldom-used muscle along the back of the hog, the tenderloin delivers all that bold and gamey pork flavor, but with a noticeable softer texture that other cuts. Wild boar tenderloin is tender enough to be grilled and served, so just use your favorite rub or marinade.
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Wild Boar Loin Medallions
from United States by Broadleaf
Our wild boar medallions are perfect for just about any quick-cooking method, which means your midweek dinners just got deliciously wild!
 
Wild Boar Tenderloins
from United States by Broadleaf
One of the only true wild meats available, this Wild Board tenderloin delivers all that bold and gamey wild pork flavor, but with a softer texture.