ROYAL GOURMET
Quality Emu Meats

Since 1989

 

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No Bull Jerky  
  Outback "Mild" Jerky .90oz. $1.95/ea
  Spicy Jerky .90oz. $1.95/ea
  Teriyaki Jerky .90oz. $1.95/ea
New Aussie Jack Original .(75 oz) $1.29/ea
New Aussie Jack BBQ (.75 oz.) $1.29/ea
New Aussie Jack Jalapeno (.75 oz) $1.29/ea

  Cheddar/Jalapeno Summer Sausage (1 lb pkg) $6.95/ea
  Emu Summer Sausage (1 lb. pkgs.) $5.95/ea
  Emu Polish Sausage (12oz. pkg.) $5.95/ea
  Emu Hot Links  (12oz. pkg.) $4.95/ea
  Emu Breakfast Sausage (mild) (1 lb.tube) $4.95/lb
  Ground Emu (1 lb. pkgs) $4.95/lb
  Ground Emu Patties (1 lb. - 4 Pieces) $4.95/lb
  Tenderized Emu  (1 lb. pkgs.) $6.95/lb
  Emu Fan Fillet $12.95/lb
  Emu Flat Fillet $12.95/lb
  Roast (1 lb. pkg) $5.95/lb

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25 pounds can be shipped for as little as $45.00.

Your order will be packaged in re-usable cooler.

 
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Healthy & Nutritious

Native to Australia, the flightless Emu offers a red meat that is high in iron and protein and low in fat and cholesterol.

The taste and texture of Emu meat is comparative to grass fed beef. Emu meat is very lean and care must be taken not to overcook it.

Emu is best served slightly rare. Emu meat possesses a wonderful flavor and healthy nutritional value; a combination you will enjoy.

Nutritional Value of Meat

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)

This information made available by the American Emu Association  


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The Healthy Red Meat

Tips For Cooking Emu Meat:

Emu meat has similar characteristics to extra lean beef. There are also some differences.

Emu meat will be very dark with no marbling in the meat. All fat is deposited as a layer between the meat and the hide.

When properly processed, the meat will not have any fat even on the outside of the cut.

Emus also have a connective tissue that lies between the muscles that is called "silver skin".

This silver skin can form a tough rind on the meat when cooked that is undesirable to most customers.

Our meat has the silver skin removed.

Since Emu is low in fat, it does not need to be cooked as long and with as high a temperature as most other meats.

Do Not Rush the Cooking Process!!!!

For our kitchen tested recipes, visit the
 Kitchen at Red Oak Farm

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Read the article:  
A Healthy Red Meat


Emu - Life Just Got Healthier
The official cookbook of the American Emu Association - recipes from the people that eat emu every day, the American emu farmer.