An OpenPGP encrypted file will include the key ID of the intended recipient's public encryption key, as explained in this question.
Is there any way to remove that information from the resulting encrypted file? Does
gpg provide an option to not include that information?
If not, what workarounds are recommended? I want to encrypt a file for a specific recipient and share it with any third party without revealing the identity of the recipient or of the sender.
(It may be assumed that the recipient's public key is widely shared and associated with the recipient's real identity.)