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Thread: Unknowingly ate Kangaroo

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    Unhappy Unknowingly ate Kangaroo

    Last night DF made nachos and after i had all but finished my second portion he asks if i could tell that it was made with 1/2 kangaroo meat. This is what we would normally do but i thought he wouldnt now.........

    AH!!!

    He forgot that I am not supposed to eat it. (and he feels really, really bad).

    So it was mince, and really well cooked - how worried should i be? i was nearly crying last night, to get this far and then soemthing happen.... oh you know.

    Have i compromised the baby's health? Please give me some hoest answers........ The googling I have doen isnt really helping with much info at all!


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    Just so long as it was well cooked it should be fine - same as any other meat.

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    I agree with Chloe. I could be wrong, but I think the main problem with kangaroo is that it is normally served rare (it gets tough when cooked any more). So well cooked mince should be fine. Don't worry.

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    What Mel said

    Don't fret you should be fine!

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    thanks guys!

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    I eat roo all the time... I just make sure it is well cooked and nice and fresh.

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