I recently slaughtered my breeding boar. He was about 5 years old. I knew boar taint might be an issue -- and boy, howdy, is it ever. Put it this way: I don't want to cook this meat in any of my pots and pans and even with a vent hood that could suck a gopher out of its hole, not in the house. Just handling the raw meat leaves a stank on my hands. I managed to cook a couple pounds of bacon by running the vent hood full... ummm.... boar... to give to my outdoor dog. Even he gave me a long look as if to say, "Really?" He did still eat it. This malodorous meat is occupying a rather large part of one of my freezers. Other than just throwing it away, is there something else I can do with it? I really, really, REALLY don't want to have to cook it. I'd give it away, but only to someone I hate.