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Brine for Wild Boar

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 My husband and I plan to hunt down our first wild boar and cook em in the ground. I could use some pointers, such as the brine, what works best? How long do I brine a smaller boar for ? I hear the younger ones taste better than the larger ones. Any info you could share with me would be appreciated.

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First off welcome To SMF there Cheryl. Now it sounds pretty cool that you and the hubby want to track down the a wild pig and smoke it too. WOW that sounds like alot of fun to. Now I have never caught a pig but I have alot of friends that do. I have smoked a smaller pig a couple of times and I don't brine then maybe inject them but I'm not sure that it will do much either. I'm sure that someone else that has smoked/cooked a pig oin the ground will come along soon. So if you will please take alot of Qview (pictures) for us here. After all were crazy about that stuff.


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Welcome to the SMF. Glad to have you here. Lots of good folks, great recipes and knowledge. Looking forward to your first qview.

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I have smoked a small pig and just used the same rub that i use on all pork..

 If you want to brine it  Tips poultry brine works good on pork also.

Or if ya don't want that maybe a buttermilk /cayanne pepper brine.

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