Discussion in 'Cookery' started by scarletto, Mar 6, 2012.
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Anyone tried it? worth getting?
Slightly leaner than normal beef, and - in my opinion - a fair bit tastier.
I like it. I'd go with what Gassing_Badgers has said.
Agree, better taste and better quality. Go for it.
If you can afford it, get it. Much tastier in my humble opinion.
Cheers been looking at this site Home Page - Kezie Foods so will place an order.
Please let me do my shit joke.
What's the difference between a bison and a buffalo?
You can't wash your hands in a buffalo.
these folks have a fair range for sale:
Osgrow | Meat Products ostrich meat crocodile meat kangaroo meat wild boar meat bison meat
I can thouroughly recommend a medium-rare Wildebeest steak...
We had it at our Rorkes Drift dinner night in Jan.
Must have been the special way that the chef cooked it, because I'd rather lick my own arrse than try it again.
It can only be described as chewing a Combat high, that had stepped in shite.
Just an opinion.
Three million Red Indians can't have been wrong.
you will enjoy it i have been to the kezie foods shop.
they have a stall at our local farmers market also.
working my way through the exotic section.
kangaroo and ostrich take a bit of beating
You need to be using a bigger shovel next time...
Either that, or just shoot the buggers.
Three thousand white hunters with rifles might suggest they chose the wrong staple.
A bit like the Irish and potatoes...
The Irish shot spuds?
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