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Default Ostrich meat recommended by the American Diabetes Association

The attributes of ostrich meat are well-known among health
enthusiasts, and restaurants are finding that customers are demanding
more low-fat, low-cholesterol dishes. Ostrich meets all those demands
and more, having the color and texture of beef, yet lower in
cholesterol and calories than chicken, turkey, pork, and beef. Chefs
praise it for marrying well with a variety of ingredients. Also, it
has been approved by the American and British Heart Associations and
recommended by the American Diabetes Association. Learn more about the
health and nutritional benefits ostrich meat has to offer, visit:
http://www.gourmetostrich.com/nutrition.html

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The attributes of ostrich meat are well-known among health


It's awful stuff.


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