Kangaroo jerky is dehydrated strips of Australian kangaroo meat. It contains significant amounts of lean protein, iron and omega-3 fatty acids, but is low in cholesterol. This food is considered part of the family of "exotic" jerkies, which also include alpaca, alligator, wild boar, elk and ostrich products.
Kangaroo jerky is often flavored with black pepper, and it is not considered to have a "game-y" taste. Additional ingredients used to prepare the jerky sometimes include soy sauce powder, canola oil, garlic, onion, salt, brown sugar and preservatives. Depending upon the manufacturer, the jerky comes in a range of sizes, from 1 to 3.25-ounce packages.