Im thinkin about ordering bulk beef jerky online, im always on the go being an EMT and it seemed like a perfect food. Anyone know a good place for jerky?
Originally Posted by Cosmo
I don't know Jerky!. Maybe some of these other Jerks can help you though?
hmm thanks, I wanted to mention to you earlier that the octacosanol was delievered through tube feedings and not IV but Bobo had closed the thread.
Ok maybe we should not talk of that supplement again. I think bulknutrition sells Jerky, but not sure about getting it in bulk.
The best beef jerky I've ever had is Pemmican's, but good luck finding that cheap or in bulk anywhere.Originally Posted by Cosmo
it really easy and cheap to make in a regular oven....so ive heard.
I tried making it in an oven once, came out all rotten cause i didnt let enough air get to it... too much trouble
Omaha Steaks has some good jerky....but it's a bit expensive.
Have you tried one of those food dehydraters they sell on late night TV?. Ron Popeil sells one...Not sure about it though
I love beef jerky. Makes me drool.
It's a scam!Originally Posted by T-Bone
I checked your links real quick and I think the cheapest was somewhere around 14.98/lb.
(I didn't have time to check every item)
Check out these guys:
$9.99/lb. and even cheaper if you buy in bulk. Plus they have a satisfaction guarantee. I plan to give them a try after my latest batch is gone.
sweet, i just placed an order for the 12 case, thanks sutter!
I watch a ton of Food Network (LOVE that channel) and I saw Alton Brown (he's a friggin food McGyver) make a food dehydrator out of a regular household fan, a rectangular air conditioner filter, and a bungee cord, and used it to make this beef jerky that looked absolutely amazing.Originally Posted by T-Bone
I'm sure if you searched on www.foodtv.com you could find the steps on how to make it - I watched the whole episode and it was pretty simple. Search under his show "Good Eats".
You're most welcome. If you think about it, pop back in to this thread and let us know what you think of the quality after you give it a try.
Alton Brown is the shiznit! I love how he gets into the science of cooking. Gotta hand it to him, the man is a real student of foods and cooking. Only problem is that the vast majority of the stuff he makes is NOT FOR US!
Okay, there's a thread in here somewhere where a 16yr. old is eating 6000 calories a day and he's freakin' ripped. Other than that...