Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Making jerky/Biltong/dried meat

I finally got round to making a Jerky maker, I've had the instructions for a while but never got to make it. However because I have gone fully Primal and wanting my children to have a Primal snack for school I decided last week to give it a go because it was expensive to buy and I wanted to know the ingredients. So I made it from a cardboard box and a light bulb on the Saturday and by Wednesday we had dried meat, Jerky if you're American, biltong if you're South African. I buy delicious locally grown, grass fed beef from the lady who produces it , she only slaughters 10 cows at a time (we also buy her eggs). And it is better than shop bought.

Join the movement and we'll start a revolution - stop all unnecessary shopping - separate your needs from your wants.

1 comment:

Ny Biltong said...

buy biltong online can be served for your snack or dinner and can even be brought along when you have an adventure in the wild because it will not get spoiled easily. This is a healthy delicacy because it is very high in protein and it is easily digested because it has been cured to the highest degree of proficiency that it maintains the natural enzyme. You can even experiment recipes out of biltong because it can be added to a muffin, soup, stew and you can make it to a sandwich. There are different flavors that you can choose from to add zest to your food. It is available in garlic, spicy flavor and in the traditional taste.