Listen Up, Jerky!

Lately I’ve been crushing a lot of jerky in my snack time. I’ve always loved the shit, but since becoming a professional meat eater I’ve come to a new appreciation of beef as a snack. What’s better than jerky as a snack? It’s my favorite thing (steak/meat) but in dry, aweosme-flavored, bite-sized form. I mean… the idea itself is fucking brilliant. What could be better than having more meat as a snack between hot, meat-centric regular meals? Not much, I can tell you.

HERE’S THE PROBLEM, JERKY!

Look, even the guys over at Hungry Dads have done some jerky testing. This, to me, is important research because it might give some insight into which jerky brands are chewier than others.

Anyway, I’ve decided to set out on a side journey to document the jerky that I put into my digestive system. Again, this is all for your benefit: so you know what to buy and what to avoid. So here’s a quick list of some brands that I’ve been digging lately, with pics and links to my review:

  1. Ascend
  2. Biltong USA
  3. Brandt
  4. Buffalo Bob’s
  5. Chef’s Cut
  6. Chomps
  7. DiMario
  8. Duke’s Meats
  9. Field Trip
  10. Fusion
  11. Gary West Artisan Smoked Meats
  12. Georgia Land & Cattle
  13. Gold Emblem (CVS Brand)
  14. Halo Diablo (Righteous Felon + St. Lucifer)
  15. Horton’s
  16. Jack Link’s
  17. Krave
  18. Lawless
  19. Many Pastures
  20. Perky
  21. Primal
  22. Righteous Felon
  23. Say It With Beef
  24. Side Project
  25. Stewart & Co.
  26. Sweetwood
  27. Think
  28. Three Jerks
  29. Trader Joe’s
  30. Vermont
  31. Vua Kho Bo

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