Barbary Duck Legs Female (Pack of 2)
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Barbary Duck Legs Female (Pack of 2)

Weight 300g - 350g
Serves 2

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Duck legs (approximately 150-175g each) with the skin on and with lean and firm, but tender meat that is best served pink. 

These grain fed duck breasts from North West France with the skin on are the domesticated form of the Muscovy Duck, a plump bird that offers flavoursome and tender meat, Barbary Duck is leaner and firmer than other breeds.

Supplied in packs of two. 300-350g pack weight

Refrigerated Shelf Life From Despatch Date: 4 Days

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How to cook

All raw meat products must be cooked thoroughly until they are piping hot.

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Your meat order is kept cool in transit because we either use an insulated expanded polystyrene box, or a recyclable tough corrugated cardboard box which is foil lined and insulated with bubble wrap. Both boxes are leak-proof and sturdy.

To keep your delivery cool, it is packed along with specially designed ice packs. Our ice packs are made with a frozen water-based gel, which keeps the meat at the correct temperature for up to 48 hours. When the ice does melt, it stays as a gel, which prevents the delivery becoming wet.

Campbells Prime meat ice gel pack delivery

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