Special Guest Post From The Hamptons Butcher!: “Want to have a meal on the wild side?”

Today’s post is a guest post about different interesting cuts of meat from different animals that you might not typically eat in the United States.

The post was written by my long-time friend and adventure buddy the “KFM” or in this case “The Hamptons Butcher”.

I’ve traveled around the world with this guy and we’ve had many adventures together.

He’s an expert in the martial arts, social dynamics and a top-rated butcher by trade.

I myself plan to try some of the meats he talks about here with the links provided.

A lot of the prices are actually pretty good!

So without further ado, I’ll hand things over to The Hamptons Butcher…

Want to have a meal on the wild side?


A lot of people consider themselves adventurous when they go out to eat.

They are willing to try many different things such as sushi, alligator, or even a cut of meat that isnt so popular…

In this article I’ll be going over different cuts of meat from uncommon animals.

I have come across this interesting website called . They have a variety of consumable animals that you won’t find in your local supermarket.

They sell exotic cuts of meat ranging boarostrich, and kangaroo.


reptile meat



Reptiles, in many of the counties i have traveled to are a common delicacy. They are in an abundance and can be raised easily. If you’re interested in trying to eat cuts meat that come from a snake click here. Fossil farms has a great selection of pythonrattlesnake, and alligator .

Most reptiles are low in fat and have a high protein content.

I’ve had the pleasure of eating alligator before and it tastes great deep fried!


kangaroo meat



A animal I have never eaten, but ( not sure i could ) is a kangaroo. Kangaroo’s are a lean animal that should be cooked to meduim rare. They are known to taste simular to beef and venison.

If you’re interested in trying out this meat, click here. Im sure it will be an experience worth posting about!


An Emu



A more popular and abundant source of protein is an ostrich. Instead of cattle, ostrich are being raised to replace this food source due to the fact they need less food, water, and space to raise them.

A lot of restaurants are adding this animal to thier menu due to thier unique, exotic nature, and not to mention they also taste delicious.

When you cook ostrich meat, you should cook it medium/rare.

You’ll notice that ostrich meat has a similar taste to grassfed beef. Being low in fat it’s good for your heart as well! To purchase this kind of meat click here.

If you’re tired of ” chicken egg ” omelets… click here and try an ostrich egg! One egg is equivalent to 1 1/2 dozen chicken eggs.

If you’re interested in more exotic cuts of meat click here and serve a meal thats unique and extremely exotic!

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The Hamptons butcher!


Thank you Hamptons Butcher for that great information!

I plan to make an order there myself!

I’ve tried crocodile, kangaroo and a few others on that site, but I have yet to try yak, rattlesnake or ostrich eggs.


I encourage any meat-eaters here to follow The Hamptons Butcher on his site


Until Next Time, Stay Interesting!


All the best,




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