I mentioned this in one of my pledge threads, but I thought I would add it here.
Kangaroo meat is delicious, cheap, fairly easy to buy (most Coles stock it now), high in iron and protein, and ridiculously low in fat (2% or less depending on what you buy), since roos are naturally lean animals. Macro Meats Gourmet Game
is the brand I buy -- they have steak, roasts, sausages, and mince. The steak is particularly nice if it's done rare or medium rare (roo can get chewy if you over cook it). I usually take the sausages when I go to all those ubiquitous BBQ sausage-fests that seem to happen in the Summer, since (as all the seasoned dieters here would know) most sausages are just out of the question. Even "lean" sausages are often about 10% fat, and soy sausages just don't hit that meat craving!
Another benefit is that eating kangaroos is in the interest of the Australian environment. I don't have stats (because I'm not a total greeny, I just point in that general direction), but farming cows (and similar animals) causes damage to the Australian environment, whereas a certain percentage of roos have
to be harvested commercially to reduce the strain their over-population has on our environment!
Please let me know if you have any questions at all (particularly about cooking roo, I've made all manners of dishes with it, including spag bol that I had tonight! Yum!), or if you have any recipes you would like to share!