Wednesday, August 03, 2011

From fame to game, kangaroo steaks about to be fried for dinner.  There is merit in farming kangaroos because they suit our fragile environment better than livestock that have relatively sharp hooves.... or that's what 'they' say sometimes. Besides 'roo meat is low in fat etc and my first sample proved to be tender and sweet tasting although it is marinated in a collection of substances.  The bright red flesh is rather off putting to those with vegetarian leanings.
The label states the following -
Kangaroo meat get the thumbs up on a wide variety of nutrition fronts. It's a terrific source of high quality protein, low in total fat (with less than 2% fat), low in saturated fat and it's a particularly rich source of iron.

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