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Hmm, I love beef jerky, especially those tasty and cheap ones. It has four flavors. I love pepper>teriyaki>original>brown suger. DO NOT buy hot and spicy. It has sand in it and will wreck your teeth... I really love pepper ones.

2X1lb pack sells for $17.08. Buy 3 @ $51, use GROCERY3 to drop $10. $41 for 6 lbs shipped!

btw. feel free to revise the link if that is against forum rules... or you can go Amazon.com and search "World Kitchen".

BEEF JERKY!

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Most beef jerky I've tried is garbage in my opinion, so I'm hesitant to spend $40 on 6 pounds worth of a jerky I haven't... (more)

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Brown sugar is my favorite, but peppered is good too!

"GROCERY3" code is valid through November 30, 2006.

A very good value @ $6.87 per 16-ounce bag shipped . . I have used this code twice so far. The 6 bags of "Old Fashioned" received today state "Best By: 03/28/08". For those wanting to taste-test before ordering, many Wal-Mart Supercenters sell the 16-ounce bags for around $8.50. For comparison, the multi-branded Mirab USA (the other guys) "Original" beef jerky has a more rubbery texture and a more peppery taste.

Thanks good deal, better than paying 11 bucks at costco for a pound. I am going to be on a beef jerky fix with 6 pounds of this stuff. Is this stuff good though?

dmdog69 said: [Q]Is this stuff good though?
Only you can determine that . . everyone has different texture and taste preferences!

The "Old Fashioned" is 6 grams of carbohydrates and 80 calories per ounce. Diabetics may want to consider it as part of a packable meal. Use scissors to cut up into small pieces and weigh out 1-ounce in 1-cup Ziploc type containers, add another ounce of party peanuts, and include a 1-ounce string cheese stick . . around 13 grams of carbs and 300 calories.

Amazon also offers A1c Test.

trackxyj said: [Q]Hmm, I love beef jerky, especially those tasty and cheap ones. It has four flavors. I love pepper>teriyaki>original>brown suger. DO NOT buy hot and spicy. It has sand in it and will wreck your teeth... I really love pepper ones.

2X1lb pack sells for $17.08. Buy 3 @ $51, use GROCERY3 to drop $10. $41 for 6 lbs shipped!

btw. feel free to revise the link if that is against forum rules... or you can go Amazon.com and search "World Kitchen".

BEEF JERKY!

almost $7.00 a lb for beef-prob cheap flank steak at that.? BAD DEAL. Some people just spend frivously.

FrugalFreak said: [Q]trackxyj said: [Q]Hmm, I love beef jerky, especially those tasty and cheap ones. It has four flavors. I love pepper>teriyaki>original>brown suger. DO NOT buy hot and spicy. It has sand in it and will wreck your teeth... I really love pepper ones.

2X1lb pack sells for $17.08. Buy 3 @ $51, use GROCERY3 to drop $10. $41 for 6 lbs shipped!

btw. feel free to revise the link if that is against forum rules... or you can go Amazon.com and search "World Kitchen".

BEEF JERKY!

almost $7.00 a lb for beef-prob cheap flank steak at that.? BAD DEAL. Some people just spend frivously.

Beef is 2/3 water. It takes 3 lbs of Beef to make 1 lb of Jerky.
So thats $2.33 per lb for prepared beef.

When was the last time you saw a 1/2 pound flank steak cooked for $1.17.

Don't compare apples and oranges.

Great deal but this beef jerky isn't the best when you compare it to Jack Links

Worse than Jack Links? Not a good sign cuz I don't think much of Jack Links...

How long does Jerkey keep? Should it be frozen, if not eaten right away?

Sk8terboy said: [Q]How long does Jerkey keep? Should it be frozen, if not eaten right away?
World Kitchens FAQ:
"How long will your beef jerky keep?
Our jerky has a shelf life of over a year in its original sealed bag with normal storage at room temperature. We use a high barrier bag with an oxygen absorber packet to help maintain quality. Once you open the bag, it is important to reseal it completely between uses and to keep the absorber packet in the bag. It should have a shelf life of several weeks after opening. It is not necessary to refrigerate or freeze our jerky, but doing so has little effect on the quality and may help to maintain it."

In the entire jerky universe, I love Uncle Mike's beef jerky the most at here: Amish Beef Jerky!

But that is about $13 per pound shipped. My second choice is Bridgeford sold in walgreen. That is equally expensive. Last year I found Teriyaki Keppered Beefsteak from Oberto's outlet for $3 a pound and pretty tasty, so I bought about 50 lbs... <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif" border=0> last me a pretty long time.

I think the worst jerky type stuff is slim jim...

How do I sell my spicy jerky for $6 a pound?


I have yet to find jerky better than Chinese beef jerky. Anybody ever try this? Don't know if they do mail-order.

I tried this brand many times. this is the same thing that WalMart sells for $8.xx for a 1 pounder locally.

unfortunately, the meat (beef) does not taste too good IMO (not the seasoning, but rather the quality of meet used). in a way, it tastes a lot like a processed meat, not a true jerky meet you would expect.

for the value, i bought many bag for small parties and such, but i would not get this brand if i were to get it for myself. if you have WalMart near by, go get a 1 pound bag before stocking 6 pounds of jerky you may not like.

gman2819 said: [Q]I have yet to find jerky better than Chinese beef jerky. Anybody ever try this? Don't know if they do mail-order.

I would be skeptical about buying Chinese Jerky. Isn't dog meat still a delicacy over there?

sokapop said: [Q]gman2819 said: [Q]I have yet to find jerky better than Chinese beef jerky. Anybody ever try this? Don't know if they do mail-order.

I would be skeptical about buying Chinese Jerky. Isn't dog meat still a delicacy over there?

Is it dog jerky?

sokapop said: [Q]gman2819 said: [Q]I have yet to find jerky better than Chinese beef jerky. Anybody ever try this? Don't know if they do mail-order.

I would be skeptical about buying Chinese Jerky. Isn't dog meat still a delicacy over there?

Dogs are Korean delicacy! Chinese use cats!

Don't knock it til you've tried it. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border=0>

Brought a bag of this last time. I won't even feed this to my dog if it's free. Garbage jerky, tossed the whole bag. waste of money.


Jerky should be salty instead of sweet so I'll pass. Others may like sweet and maybe this is for them.

trackxyj said: [Q]DO NOT buy hot and spicy. It has sand in it and will wreck your teeth... I really love pepper ones.I only like hot and spicy jerky. Why does this one have sand? Is this from personal experience?

I found this stuff at Wal-Mart earlier this year and have since bought 3 or 4 bags. Wal-Mart only carries the peppered and original, and I've only tried the peppered. I jumped on this deal to try the hot n spicy and the brown sugar, plus grabbed 2 bags of peppered as well.

The best way to describe this jerky is it is not fatty like oberta, or rubbery like jacks links. It reminds me of what they would make jerky stuff out of where it's dry but packed with flavor. At this time this is probably my favorite jerky next to King B peppered gold medal, but I don't think king b makes it any more. I will say that I do like sweet and spicy over real salty jerky.

Thanks trackxyj! I'm in for 6lbs - I love da jerky fo sho!

Stiff said: [Q]sokapop said: [Q]gman2819 said: [Q]I have yet to find jerky better than Chinese beef jerky. Anybody ever try this? Don't know if they do mail-order.

I would be skeptical about buying Chinese Jerky. Isn't dog meat still a delicacy over there?

Dogs are Korean delicacy! Chinese use cats!

And eating dogs is illegal in Korea!

dacalo said: [Q]Stiff said: [Q]sokapop said: [Q]gman2819 said: [Q]I have yet to find jerky better than Chinese beef jerky. Anybody ever try this? Don't know if they do mail-order.

I would be skeptical about buying Chinese Jerky. Isn't dog meat still a delicacy over there?

Dogs are Korean delicacy! Chinese use cats!

And eating dogs is illegal in Korea!
Maybe that's why it's a delicacy. Stuff is better when it's banned. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif" border=0>

sager66 said: [Q]Sk8terboy said: [Q]How long does Jerkey keep? Should it be frozen, if not eaten right away?
World Kitchens FAQ:
"How long will your beef jerky keep?
Our jerky has a shelf life of over a year in its original sealed bag with normal storage at room temperature. We use a high barrier bag with an oxygen absorber packet to help maintain quality. Once you open the bag, it is important to reseal it completely between uses and to keep the absorber packet in the bag. It should have a shelf life of several weeks after opening. It is not necessary to refrigerate or freeze our jerky, but doing so has little effect on the quality and may help to maintain it."

Best thing about this particular concern is that this shipment of World's Kitchen beef jerky was just shipped recently (within this week) so it's fresh from the manufacturers (they sold out the week and a half prior to this post). Usually when they sell out, there is a week or more of wait before the next shipment comes in.

dacalo said: [Q]Stiff said: [Q]sokapop said: [Q]gman2819 said: [Q]I have yet to find jerky better than Chinese beef jerky. Anybody ever try this? Don't know if they do mail-order.

I would be skeptical about buying Chinese Jerky. Isn't dog meat still a delicacy over there?

Dogs are Korean delicacy! Chinese use cats!

And eating dogs is illegal in Korea!

smoking pot in America is illegal, want to guess what % does it?

Most beef jerky I've tried is garbage in my opinion, so I'm hesitant to spend $40 on 6 pounds worth of a jerky I haven't tried.

King B makes the best beef jerky by far, in my opinion. Although the downfall is it's expensive. 6 pounds of their jerky would cost about $130.

King B Jerky's Website



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