Hands down the best backcountry Jambalaya! Boldly made with Wild Boar Andouille sausage, grilled okra and spicy peppers will make this zesty cajun dish your favorite.
We can't wait for you to try our wild jambalaya!
|Servings per package - 1||Serving size - 3 oz (85g)
|Total Calories - 620||Protein - 43g|
|Fat - 40g
||Net Carbohydrates - 15g
Backpack weight information
|Total Package Weight||4.8oz (139g)|
20.32cm L × 5.08cm W x 20.32cm H (8" L x 2" W x 7" H)
About Wild Boar
The Taste of Wild Boar
If you think the taste of wild boar is similar to pork, guess again. Although the wild boar is related to the domestic pig, they do not taste the same. Wild boar tastes like a cross between pork and beef, with a unique juicy succulence. The meat is a bit darker, perhaps due to the healthy iron content. With a rich and nutty flavour, wild boar offers something unique.
Who would have thought to start seeing this non-traditional meat making its way onto the menu?
People are choosing healthier lifestyles. Many of the less-conventional, “specialty” meats such as wild boar are gaining popularity for good reason It’s lower in fat and higher in protein than the American favourite beef. This meat has a delicious flavor but little fat, making it a hit with health-conscious individuals.
While wild boar may be ugly to behold and have a bad reputation for their wild behaviour, they’re making their way onto our plates because of their excellent nutritional profile. Yes, this is very healthy meat. Much more so than its cousin the pig.
Benefits & Nutrition
Taste the difference. This meat is a flavourful alternative to domestic pork. Big on flavour low on fat, this meat is incredibly lean. low in fat and cholesterol with a nutty, sweet and rich flavour.
Wild boar is very hardy, unlike the pig, wild boar is not prone to illness or disease. Healthy animals become a healthy dinner for you.