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Old 18-02-2017, 01:53 PM   #21
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If British meat eaters couldn't get lamb, pork or beef I reckon they would ditch the sentimentalism and queue up for horse steaks.
It's Wakefield Rhubarb festival this weekend and they're queuing up for speciality Ostrich Burgers,
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Old 18-02-2017, 02:27 PM   #22
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It's Wakefield Rhubarb festival this weekend and they're queuing up for speciality Ostrich Burgers,

I'd give one of those a go.
Never eaten ostrich but how different can it be to a big chicken?
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I'd give one of those a go.
Never eaten ostrich but how different can it be to a big chicken?
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I've had one, nothing special, just tastes like a beefburger, to me.
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I've had one, nothing special, just tastes like a beefburger, to me.
I did try ostrich biltong once.
Sorta dried ostrich meat.
Wasn't keen but the dogs liked it.
Enjoy the festival it's a good weekend, or was when we went.
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Old 19-02-2017, 02:43 PM   #25
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I'd give one of those a go.
Never eaten ostrich but how different can it be to a big chicken?
Yum.
Nowt like chicken.

I've eaten loads of ostrich steaks and they are closer to beef than chicken.
They are widely available, give em a go.

PS. My son works at a Tescos express. Last year, a pallet of Ostrich steaks were delivered to his shop by accident. For some reason they couldn't be moved on so they were doled out among staff. He came home with fourteen boxes of the stuff...
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I'd give one of those a go.
Never eaten ostrich but how different can it be to a big chicken?
Yum.
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Kangaroo is nice ( in red wine sauce) had that once or twice in a posh London restaurant.
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