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Wild Goat Boneless Diced

Wild Goat Boneless Diced

Regular price $18.00
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Size

Ethically harvested wild goat is naturally lean, tender, juicy and can be prepared similar to lamb. Our boneless diced wild goat is pre-cut for your convenience and is succulent and tender in braised and slow cooking dishes.


Cooking tips:

  • Suits flavourful and spicy dishes like curries and stews

Packaging & Storage:

This product is vacuum sealed fresh. Once opened, consume within 2-3 days. You may freeze prior to use-by.

Shipping

We currently deliver to Victoria, Metro Adelaide, Metro Sydney, New Castle, NSW Central Coast regions, ACT, Brisbane, Gold Coast & Sunshine Coast.

(don't worry, more regions coming soon!)

Free Shipping over $125!

($20 fee for shipping under $125)

Order cut off is strictly by midnight Sunday.

Our couriers will leave your delivery on your doorstep or in a safe place as instructed in your delivery notes.

Our eco-friendly, recyclable boxes are specifically engineered to trap cold air inside, allowing our boxes to be left at the doorstep for up to 5 hours. Each order is also packed with a minimum of two ice packs, to further ensure the highest quality is delivered.

Please see all delivery information before ordering as shipping can take between 4-10 days depending on your location.

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Customer Reviews

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Russ Griffin
Wild boar mince

Great cut, texture & taste - perfect to mix with beef mince for the best bollognaise!

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Siva Santhakumar
I liked it

I liked it but my family didn't. They think meat has stong smell. I cooked it as same as I cook goat meat from local butcher.

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Margaret Hirth
Game meat. Love it

Meat arrived in cool pack and was delicious

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Diced goat in a curry

I made a traditional Indian curry by simmering the diced goat in the curry paste rather than browning the meat, then finished it off in the slow cooker for a few hours. The goat's taste and texture was similar to lamb. The meat was delicious and saved the dish- my curry making attempt was pretty dismal. Any good goat curries to recommend?

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Antony B
Fabulous for curry.

Used this boneless, diced meat to make a fantastic, tasty curry. Our guests loved it!