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    Any recipes, or advice for cooking this meat?

    It's my first time trying it, and I currently have a thick 'steak' in my freezer.

    Thanks.

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    Treat it like another steak. It's basically the same but super super lean so don't overcook it or you'll have ostrich jerky in no time flat. Since it's so lean I vote you make some steak butter and slap a gob on top and let it melt for maximum yumminess.

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    I've never cooked it myself, but the first time I ate it my first thought was how much it reminded me of lamb- lol. I don't know if it really IS like lamb, but that's what it reminded my brain of.

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    Here in the UK, Wales, which is traditionally a lamb farming nation turned to ostrich maybe 20 years ago for a brief stint - it was odd seeing these birds running over countryside where lamb should be.

    Yes, treat it like lamb - less fatty, but still a meat you want to long cook.

    It is AMAZING curried!

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