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Kangaroo

Australia is comprised of a rich assortment of culinary histories and traditions from all over the world, Kangaroo is just one of many of the delightful dishes brought to us from down under. Leaner than bison and juicier than venison, kangaroo is one of our favorite exotic meats. With a singularly delicious quality, kangaroo can be prepared in much the same way you would any other red meat. Intrinsically tasty, some have described it as a cross between beef and game meat in flavor. At Gourmet Wholesaler, we’re proud to offer some of the best kangaroo available on the market. Browse through our entire selection of roo meat today and start enjoying an authentic taste of the outback!
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Kangaroo Ground Meat
from United States by Broadleaf
 
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Kangaroo Medallions
from United States by Broadleaf
 
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Kangaroo Rumps
from United States by Broadleaf
 
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Kangaroo Loin, Boneless
from United States by Broadleaf
 
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Though the kangaroo is the mascot and the national emblem of the land down under, it’s also been one of their main sources of protein and a culinary staple long before colonization in the 1700s. Thanks to its inherently lean nature, kangaroo is best prepared medium-rare or rare, taking it further dries out the meat and brings a livery taste to the forefront of the palate. Unless you’re cooking the tale, in which case much like the shank of a lamb or cow, it needs prolonged slow braising. Though its history is long the popularity of kangaroo has been overshadowed by more common forms of meat like sheep. Even among native Aussies, more than 50% report they’ve never actually tried it. In recent years, however, the kangaroo is making a comeback. More and more restaurants are now featuring this delightful meat on their menu. Preparing it in new and interesting ways as the full gastronomic potential of this meat is pushed to its limits. As the world begins to embrace kangaroo, don’t let your establishment be left behind. Start featuring this tasty exotic meat on your menu today!

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