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Beef jerky - paleo style in Canada

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created March 15, 2011 at 10:34 PM

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 supplier of beef jerky that is paleo friendly -

Or maybe in the absence of a Canadian supplier, a good recipe with detailed instructions (I tried to make my own and it was a nightmare - it turned into a powdery, grainy mess in my mouth)

Thanks!!!

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on February 28, 2012
at 11:32 PM

Awesome! Consider us customers as soon as you are open!

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on March 24, 2011
at 07:36 PM

I have downloaded this and given it to hubby for a project! He is super keen on making it - so thanks for giving him a new project.

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on March 22, 2011
at 05:24 PM

Ah...I'm on the exact opposite side of the country. Our best source of jerky has always been local grass-fed beef producers that sell at the farmers market. From some work that I've done with the Canadian organic beef industry, I had this link in my folder: http://www.eatwild.com/products/canada.html Sometimes jerky is a low profile by-product that doesn't make it on the product list on producers' websites. Try contacting them directly - the ones I talked to were very friendly and very happy to help. Good luck - Chris

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on March 22, 2011
at 04:35 PM

west coast - vancouver island

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on March 16, 2011
at 03:56 AM

I have not made it but I have read about people that have built it and used it successfully. A variation of this method is the filter method. Here is a video of that method. You just have to suffer through the neolithic food advertisements scattered throughout the video. http://www.foodnetwork.com/videos/the-jerky/48723.html Both I have heard work well.

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This is very interesting to me - have you made it? and does it work?

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on March 15, 2011
at 11:23 PM

Lex Rooker has made this PDF for a cheap $10 jerky maker and he includes how to prepare.

http://www.traditionaltx.us/images/JerkyDrierInstructions.pdf

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on March 15, 2011
at 11:57 PM

This is very interesting to me - have you made it? and does it work?

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on March 16, 2011
at 03:56 AM

I have not made it but I have read about people that have built it and used it successfully. A variation of this method is the filter method. Here is a video of that method. You just have to suffer through the neolithic food advertisements scattered throughout the video. http://www.foodnetwork.com/videos/the-jerky/48723.html Both I have heard work well.

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on March 24, 2011
at 07:36 PM

I have downloaded this and given it to hubby for a project! He is super keen on making it - so thanks for giving him a new project.

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on January 14, 2013
at 03:22 AM

Hey I noticed this and thought I'd chime in, I make it each week and it only takes about 10 minutes to prepare and no special equipment. Slice your inside round cut against the grain at about an eighth of an inch thick. Toss it in a ziplock bag and soak it in Worcesterchire sauce, with a good shot of honey and another of habanero or tabasco sauce. Give your pepper grinder 20 cranks over it and then squish it all up together in the bag, then refrigerate overnight. Next day spread the pieces out over a baking rack ontop of a cookie sheet, without letting any pieces overlap. Put it in the oven on the lowest setting (mine only goes down to 170?? but some go lower) and leave the door 8 or 9 inches open. Taste a piece after 90 minutes, should be good. If still too rare to keep long leave it in longer.

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on March 22, 2011
at 03:58 PM

Where in Canada are you?

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on March 22, 2011
at 05:24 PM

Ah...I'm on the exact opposite side of the country. Our best source of jerky has always been local grass-fed beef producers that sell at the farmers market. From some work that I've done with the Canadian organic beef industry, I had this link in my folder: http://www.eatwild.com/products/canada.html Sometimes jerky is a low profile by-product that doesn't make it on the product list on producers' websites. Try contacting them directly - the ones I talked to were very friendly and very happy to help. Good luck - Chris

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on March 22, 2011
at 04:35 PM

west coast - vancouver island

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on March 22, 2011
at 03:55 PM

Best Beef Jerky dot org is a great site for looking up different kinds of beef jerky.

They reference a Canadian company called Longview Beef Jerky. It doesn't look like Longview is currently making a sugar-free version but perhaps if you pester them...? ;)

You might also consider looking for a source of dried beef. Dried beef is like jerky but a little harder and less sweet.

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on October 23, 2012
at 12:15 AM

Haven't tried beef jerky yet but just bought some delicious bison jerky at Whole Foods, Oakville (near Toronto). Amazing taste and texture. They smoke it there.

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on September 06, 2012
at 06:33 PM

I make my own jerky or dried beef for the kids school lunches. My butcher slices up a Baron of Beef on "18" and I season or marinade the slices and slap them onto my Dehydrator trays for a few hours until dried. The teachers and kids at school rave about them too. :) Super easy and less than $1 a big sheet of jerky. Dehydrators can be found at any store like Walmart for about $40.

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on February 28, 2012
at 10:23 PM

Blacktuskjerky.com will be offering natural beef jerky and paleo snacks. We are located in Vancouver BC, and will be offering some exciting new products. please see our website and or drop us an email. We will let you know when we launch this spring!

David May

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on February 28, 2012
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Awesome! Consider us customers as soon as you are open!

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