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At 2/6/13 11:51 AM, Protagonist wrote: I've never eaten beef jerky, but whenever I see it I usually say "oh man I've got to try some of this stuff" and completely forget.
It's worth a taste, although in moderation. The stuff is chock-full of sodium, unfortunately.
fucking taste like shit if I wanted meat, I hunt and kill a bull, the fry em up LIKE A REAL PERSON.
At 2/6/13 09:40 PM, Ronald-McDonald-LoL wrote: I really like beef jerky. Jack Link's beef jerky is my favorite brand, but it's a bit pricey so I never get it as much as I'd like.
Yeah, today I picked up a relatively bag of Jack Link's for $5. Granted, it lasted me the whole day, but it's pretty expensive as snack foods go when you consider you could buy a week's worth of chips (crisps) for less than that.
Venison jerky hand seasoned and dried as soon as it comes out of his body.
For I am and forever shall be... a master ruseman.
At 2/7/13 02:51 AM, Cootie wrote: Venison jerky hand seasoned and dried as soon as it comes out of his body.
That sounds interesting. Now that I think of it, the only kind of jerky I've ever had is beef. I haven't even tried turkey jerky.
Love it... but it costs a lot where I live.
Well I find that the original without flavors is the best one due to the pure meat flavor untarnished by flavor supplements but the black pepper flavor is good to.
Also I have been meaning to try dried raindeer meat wich some consider a delicacy and since I live in sweden it shoulden't be to hard to find I just haven't stumbled over it yet.
At 2/7/13 05:13 AM, slugathor wrote: Also I have been meaning to try dried raindeer meat wich some consider a delicacy
The only time I had venison was when I tried a little piece of kielbasa made with it. It was pretty good.
I live in sweden it shoulden't be to hard to find I just haven't stumbled over it yet.
I'm curious about a few Swedish dishes. If I ever get to go there, which I would definitely like to do, I'd like to try lutefisk, strommingslador, surstromming, stekt stromming, silltallrik, skagen, gravad lax, vamrokt lax, inkokt lax, guborra, and Jansson's temptation. I know somebody on the Swedish side of my family used to make lutefisk (maybe it was my great grandma who came here from Sweden) and my mom hated it, but I like quite a lot of stuff that many people find gross, especially when it comes to seafood. I eat pickled herring in sour cream straight out of the jar.