Taste test: This kangaroo jerky didn't look all that different from beef jerky, and the texture was fairly similar as well.
It was fairly dry, but not overly chewy. The taste was definitely different from beef, and though none of our tasters really hated it, some thought it was kind of gross, and nobody was really cheering for it either. One dog-owning taster said it tasted like dog food. Another person said the aftertaste was like dried cuttlefish.
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Smell test: Kind of weird, but not really bad.
From the package: “Product of Australia” ... “Ingredients: Kangaroo meat, sugar, soy sauce powder, salt, maltodextrin, canola oil, spices and spice extracts, sodium citrate (331), vegetable powders (garlic, onion), flavour enhancer (621), mineral salts (451), sodium erythorbate (316), flavour (fruit), sodium nitrate (250).” ... “Kangaroos sourced from Australian government overseen programs.” ... “Billabong brand Kangaroo Jerky is for personal use only. It is derived from animals that receive postmortem inspection and were found to be healthy in every way. The Preparation of Billabong Jerky has been carried out in a sanitary and hygienic manner under a HAACP based Quality Assurance Program.” ... “Scientific Name: Macropus Rufus”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy in Australia. Review published .