I have hear that carnivores and omnivores living in the wild are often infested with parasites either active or dormant, either grown or as eggs.
This might be slightly different with livestock bread and raised on a farm or a factory farm as they are often injected or fed antibiotics/vaccines.
One thing about pigs and boar, they are well known to be more infested with parasites, so I'm not sure I would want to experiment on myself... but humans are also said to harbour a great number of parasites.
C'est la vie ? Eat away in abandon ? :?
xD I find tha thilarious. I'll eat anything that at least one culture considers food. Unless that is worms, grubs, excrement of some sort, blood, or human flesh.
Pretty much anything else I'm good with. ^^
Ooh worms and grubs and bugs, yummy!
Human flesh supposedly tastes like pork, well according to a guy I met once.
However I have never liked the smell, sight, and never contemplated the thought of eating raw meat. I have eaten a smidgen of raw salmon, with a rich dose of wasabe.
There is a Korean dish of raw beef and raw egg which my Japanese friend and boyfriend would eat in front of me, and I would spend the time hiding under the table or in the bathroom because it just sickened me. No kisses for the boyfriend for 24 hours after that either. I can imagine it would be nice, but I can never bring myself to look at people eating raw or runny eggs. The meat is not so bad... just not for me.
I've never eaten any type of raw meat (no, not even sushi yet! ☝ ) but I'd be fine to try. I don't see why not. After all, cooking is only... sort of... heating it up... and kind of... charring it a bit... And I like rare steak.
Whenever i visit wisconsin we always have raw beef sandwiches and they're quite good, but raw boar scares me. I know you can't eat raw pork because of trikinosis, so I assume that would be a problem with raw boar as well.