Why you should serve
Good for you
Kangaroo Meat such as Kangaroo Steak, Kangaroo Burger, Kangaroo Ground and Kangaroo Sausages are a terrific source of high-quality protein, low in total fat (with less than 2% fat), low in saturated fat and a source of heart-friendly omega-3s.
What’s more, it’s a particularly rich source of iron and zinc, plus an important source of several B-group vitamins, namely riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12.
Its one thing to claim that Kangaroo Meat is the new “Super Food” for the health conscious person due to its nutrition surpassing any other common grass fed meats on the market, but it still has to be edible right?
How does Kangaroo Meat Taste?
Typically all exotic and game meats taste gamey. Exotic Meats tend to have a strong taste that not all people have a pallet for. Aussie Blokes Kangaroo Meat, including Kangaroo Steak and Kangaroo Burgers are not known for the gamey or strong taste. Aussie Blokes Kangaroo Steak has often been likened to Filet Mignon, without the expensive price tag of a high quality meat.
Good for the environment
Kangaroo meat is a climate friendly meat that can be a small way in which we can lessen the impact our food sources have on our environment. Greenpeace Report author of “Paths to a Low Carbon Future” Dr Mark Diesendorf said reducing beef consumption by 20 per cent and putting Skippy (kangaroo) on the dinner plate instead would cut 15 megatonnes of greenhouses gases from the atmosphere by 2020.