New Flavors Of “Beef” Jerky

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Beef Jerky is an American staple snack that can cost a lot more than peanuts. When refined to its ultimate taste and texture, some Beef Jerky products are worth their weight in gold.
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Beef Jerky

Even in the US, beef jerky purists laugh at over-the-counter products which are barely processed enough to qualify. But their cheap prices make them popular, especially when they’re
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Shark Jerky

As one would expect, this is a jerky from Australia where shark hunting is legal because of the threat on the population. Here’s one case where man bites shark. And lives…
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Yak Jerky

Where else but in the Himalayas will you find Yak Jerky? It’s considered a delicacy in countries where Yaks are as plentiful as deer. Naturally, a dried, preserved form has been made
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Ostrich Jerky

The Ostrich is a giant bird and, when roasted, yields a lot of meat. Gotta do something with the leftovers and New Zealanders in particular will tell you “It tastes like chicken.”
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Horse Jerky

We think a bit too kindly about our live horses, but think nothing of turning them into glue after they’ve outlived their usefulness. Or dog food. In countries that produce horse
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Emu Jerky

Emus have become more popular as a livestock animal, even being imported to the US and served to diners as an exotic meat. But, in Malaysia they’re considered such a delicacy that Emu
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Whale Jerky

Japan, of course, leads the world in Whale Jerky consumption. After all, something has to be done with all that meat left over after the scientists collect their data from whales
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Crocodile Jerky

Australia takes being eaten alive by a crocodile very personally and Ozzies love them some Crocodile jerky when hiking the trails in the Outback. Same goes for Alligator, but there’s
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Zombie Jerky

Not made from real Zombies of course. This fun snack food is popular in cultures that buy into the whole Zombie myth, like Haiti. It’s usually a mixture of several kinds of meats,
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