December 14, 2020
If you are new to ostrich meat, you might be wondering how to cook it. Pretty much exactly how you cook any other red meat. Ostrich is super lean (95-97% fat-free, depending on the cut), and can be substituted into any recipe that calls for any red meat, like beef.
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