Types of Game Meat

Many large supermarkets stock rabbit and venison as do some butchers and game suppliers. You can also get them by mail order. Very unusual meats such as ostrich, kangaroo and buffalo are more often to be found only on restaurant menus, but may well become more widely available in the future.
Many large supermarkets stock rabbit and venison as do some butchers and game suppliers. You can also get them by mail order. Very unusual meats such as ostrich, kangaroo and buffalo are more often to be found only on restaurant menus, but may well become more widely available in the future.
 
As with all other meats, strict welfare and production methods are enforced for all these speciality meats.Rabbit Both wild and domesticated rabbits are sold, and the doe meat is said to be the best. The flesh is pale in colour, with a mild flavour.
 
Rabbit:
Nutritionally rabbit is similar to beef, except that it has far less zinc. Each rabbit provides 68 pieces, which can be roasted or used in casseroles and stews. Rabbit can be used in any chicken recipe.

Hare:
Hare is similar to rabbit, being jointed in the same way and offering the same nutritional benefits, but it has stronger-tasting, darker flesh. A whole hare can be stuffed and roasted to serve 68 people or joints can be used in casseroles or stews
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