Exotic Meat Market

Exotic Meat Market established in 1969 delivers hard to find Exotic Meats from all over the world at your door in the USA and Canada.

Emu Outer Strip Steak

Emu Outer Strip Steak
Emu Outer Strip Steak
Item# EMUOUTERSTRIPSTEAK
Regular price: $39.99
Sale price: $29.99

Product Description

Emu Outer Strip Steak

Emu Meat is the meat of the 21 St century. Today's health conscious consumers are discovering emu meat as an excellent alternative for health-conscious consumers who love the taste of traditional red meat, but desire lower cholesterol, fat, and calories.

Emu meat is a tasty, pleasing red meat, and packed with protein. Emu meat is 97% fat free. Emu meat is high in iron and vitamin B 12 and low in calories and cholesterol.

Exotic Meat Market emus are raised without the use of antibiotics or growth hormones. The American Heart Association recently included emu meat in its listing of heart-healthy meats. The tenderness and texture of emu meat enables it to be prepared in a variety of ways. It is best prepared lightly grilled, pan fried, or sauteed. Be amongst the ‘new’ connoisseurs to experience the distinctive slightly game flavor of Australian Emu meat.

Exotic meat market is proud to offer Fresh Emu Eggs for food, Emu eggs for hatching, Emu Jerky, Emu Meat Sticks, Emu oil, Emu soap, Emu Fan Filet Steak, Emu Sausages, Emu Burgers, Emu Ground Meat, Emu Oyster Steak, Emu Tip Steak, Emu Inside Drum Steak, Emu outside drum steak, Emu middle drum steak, Emu inside strip steak, Emu outside strip steak, Emu tip steak, Emu top steak, Emu outside loin steak, Emu Drum Sticks, Emu Liver, Emu Rocky Mountain Oysters, Emu Testicles, Emu Heart, Emu Kidneys, Emu Heads, Emu Legs, Emu Skin, Emu Feathers, Emu Pet Food and much more.

Nutritional Comparison of Meats

RDI 5 Venison 1 Ostrich 1 Emu 1 Bison 1 Beef 2 Turkey 2 Elk 1
Protein (gm) 50 26.5 26.2 28.4 24.2 25.0 27.4 26.6
Fat (gm) <654 8.2 7.1 4.7 14.8 16.4 13.2 8.4
% Saturated fat 3 -- 52 30 25 44 39 26 48
Cholesterol (mg) <300 98 83 87 85 81 102 78
Iron (mg) 18 3.4 3.4 5.0 3.1 2.4 1.9 3.3
Calories (kcal) -- 189 175 164 237 255 235 190
Copper (mg) 2 .13 .14 .24 .21 .09 .09 .14
Sodium (mg) <2400 78 80 65 67 70 107 85
Magnesium (mg) 420 23.9 22.6 28.7 19.8 21 24 23.7
Manganese (mg) -- .013 .017 .030 .010 .016 .020 .011
Phosphorus (mg) 1000 228 224 269 184 160 196 221
Potassium (mg) -- 364 323 375 306 312 270 354
Selenium (mcg) -- 10 34 44 35 19 37 17
Zinc (mg) 15 5.2 4.3 4.6 4.3 5.4 2.9 6.6
Folic Acid (mcg) 420 8.2 14 9 15.1 9 7 7.7
Vitamin B12 (mcg) 6 2.3 5.7 8.5 2.3 2.0 .33 2.6
Vitamin B 6 (mg) 2 .47 .50 .83 .37 .27 .39 .42
Thiamin (mg) 1.2 .50 .21 .32 .12 .06 .05 .13
Niacin (mg) 16 9.3 6.6 8.9 4.9 4.7 4.8 5.3
Riboflavin (mg) 1.3 .33 .27 .55 .26 .26 .17 .32

Shaded areas indicate most desired in that classification.
(gm=grams, mg=milligrams, mcg=micrograms, Kcal=kilocalories)

1 = Source: University of Wisconsin-Madison, June, 2000 Alternative Meat Study funded by USDA
2 = Source: United States Department of Agriculture Nutrient Database for Standard Reference
3 = percent of fat composed of saturated fatty acids
4 = Based upon 2000 calorie diet
5 = Reference Daily Intake (National Academy of Sciences)



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