Best Beef Jerky

Updated January 2019
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    Beef jerky is a high protein, low-fat snack that does a good job of staving off hunger between meals. The meat in beef jerky has most often been cut into strips and dried with a preservative like salt to prevent bacteria. The dried beef is usually chewy and is often marinated or peppered in some kind of spice to enhance the flavor. When looking for a good beef jerky, you may want to consider your personal palate, but also look for your dietary needs. Some beef jerky offer healthier options including grass-fed beef and non-GMO spices. Carefully read labels if you are trying to avoid sugar, wheat, or other additives that are commonly in beef jerky.

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