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Ways to bar-b-que and smoke Kangaroo
Kangaroo is an unusual meat for most of the world. From reputation, it's quite hard to cook right as it tends to dry out: Kangaroo meat is very low in fat, usually less than 2%. This is lower than ...
Apr 29 '11 at 11:37
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