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More intense bacon? Go full boar.

By Luke Pyenson
Globe Correspondent / January 28, 2009

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Bacon makes everything taste better. But can anything possibly make bacon taste better? With one-third less fat than domestic pork bacon and a fragrant meaty taste perfumed by a varied, natural diet, D'Artagnan uncured smoked wild boar bacon ($7.99 for 8 ounces) is a worthwhile divergence. The organic, free-range slabs are a perfect complement for eggs or pancakes, a hearty ... (Full article: 116 words)

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