Two small hams on the Big Green Egg. Yummy!
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Feral Hogs are far more likely to carry diseases and parasites than those that are farm raised, so it pays to be cautious
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From what I've studied there is no truly safe temperature for pork. Raising disease free is the best bet. Maybe God's plan was correct after all
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Looks great. how did they turn out with wild hog being so lean. Time and temp. I'm going hog huntin in Florida sometime this winter and I will have my BGE MM with. I see you smoked indirect