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As far as nutritional value is concerned, the two are nearly identical. “Ostrich is considered a red meat, and if you look at the comparison [to bison], both are very similar,” says Ruth Frechman, R.D., a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. “The iron content is very similar, too.”
There’s just one caveat: These meats tend to dry out when cooked too quickly. To preserve flavor and juices, grill both on low to medium heat.
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