I'm going on vacation to Italy where eggs for breakfast is basically unheard of. I'm going to be on the move constantly, so I planned to bring a bunch of Steve's Paleostix with me to eat in the mornings when I'm used to having protein. The problem... (more)
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Have any of you guys tried this brand before? I just tried their Cherry BBQ pork one and am blown away. To be honest, I've never had jerky before (I wasn't a huge meat eater before going Paleo, so the idea of dried meat kind of skeeved me out)... (more)
Has anyone heard of theboslife.com ? I've seen them recently on Your Lighter Side, http://yourlighterside.com/2013/10/tasty-high-protein-snacks/ They sell a monthly box of grassfed beef and other meats and have a cool description of where they... (more)
I am looking for a really good Paleo marinade for Beef Jerky. I recently mad my own soy sauce with 1 part balsamic vinegar, one part roasted sesame oil, and 2parts fish sauce. It's really good and I am wondering if it would work as a marinade for... (more)
Just starting out and I travel most days, where can I find and what brand name is the best jerky to purchase. We have Whole foods, Trader Joe's and Costco close by, suggestions?
I can't find salmon jerky at any health food store or online that doesn't have ANY form of sweetener added, as well a wheat/soy. It also needs to be gluten free. I'm just looking for salmon - salt - spices. Does anyone know of a brand that sells... (more)
I have seen recommended temperatures for making beef jerky/pemmican at 100 degrees f and 150 degrees f. Can anyone discusss the virtues or drawbacks of either? I've been doing it at 150 degrees.
I've been buying Kale chips and raw 'cookies' ( dehydrated veggies plus flax seeds) and thinking of making them myself by buying a dehydrator so I can have some nice snacks on the go and then I asked myself 'Does it make sense to dehydrate?'... (more)
I have to spend 2 months out in the field doing a mixture of hiking and hitting up small towns in rural South America for my research. I'm planning on using it as an opportunity to REALLY get paleo, like as in, maybe not even bring shampoo or... (more)
Im a bit confused about this issue. So the point of going to all the laborious trouble of making pemmican is to separate the fat so it doesn't go rancid, render it to oil, and add it back. But if the fat goes rancid in the first place, what... (more)
I've made a nice big dehydrator, and I'm gonna make my own Jerky and Pemican for paleo backpacking use. I know the recommendation is to use/dry only the lean parts, as the fat spoils (but the rendered oil/tallow added back doesn't) I figure I... (more)
I finally bought a dehydrator (nesco 1000 watts) and I've been making jerky all weekend: beef flank shaved thin, with a touch of sea salt (yum!) ground beef jerky with sea salt, garam masala and apple cider vinegar wild salmon, also with a tough... (more)
I've been loving some bison jerky I picked up a while back but it has too much added toxic stuff. Can anyone recommend a place to get bettr jerky reasonably? Even beef would be ok. I tried making my own from a bison roast I had but it was just too... (more)
Does anyone have experience making beef liver jerky? I was initially thinking of mixing half ground beef and half ground liver but thought maybe it is possible to do all liver. Would it taste like a dog treat? Do dog treats taste good? Thanks (more)
http://paleofood.com/jerky.htm Has anyone ever tried a Pemmican Only diet for a month or more? What would be the repercussions of doing this? Also wouldn't the tallow provide a lot of nutrients that the lean meat lacks? (more)
Do you all eat Salmon jerky as a snack? If so, then can you recommend a good source? It needs to be gluten free by ingredients at least for me. Not too high in sodium. Needs to be not fishy. Something pemmican-like would be ok if it meets these... (more)
I saw the "Beef Jerky How-To" thread but I wanted to get a little more specific with what people are using as seasonings and marinades for their beef jerky. I'm starting to turn some heads toward paleo with some good batches of grass fed london... (more)
I went to many of the links on this thread: http://paleohacks.com/questions/430/online-source-to-buy-good-paleo-friendly-beef-jerky#axzz1GhpAOq9H But apparently shipping jerky to Canada is a paperwork nightmare - awesome! Looking for a Canadian... (more)
I shop at Kroger for veggies when Im too lazy to hit the farmers market or have too little money to hit the co-op and I decided I'd check their website for digital coupons to save a bit more. Well of course all the coupons are for crap, but then I... (more)
I make grass-fed beef jerky and sell it in Iowa. In order to have "grass-fed" on the label, I have to get an affidavit from the beef producer that states the beef was always fed grass and never grain. nomadjerky.com
I could not find anywhere that sells beef jerky that's gluten-free (no soy sauce). The ones that are gluten-free have sugars and don't taste very good. So, I'd like to try making jerky and dried fruits at home. Thank you.
I use my oven at 200 degrees as a dehydrator.
When you make beef jerky, everyone always says it's important to use lean meat so it doesn't turn rancid during storage. But then to make pemmican, you take the lean beef jerky and mix it with tons of fat. So why does the pemmican last so long... (more)