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    Affordable Grass Fed Jerky?

    Does such a thing exist? I know affordable is subjective, but I would appreciate some suggestions if anyone has any. Thanks.

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    The cheapest route is going to be making your own.

    Making your own is also the best route because you get to control the indgredients. I mainly make venison jerky.
    Male, 32y, 6'0" tall
    SW 306lbs (6/1/12)
    CW 244lbs (1/17/13)

    BP down from 120/80 to 110/74

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    Thanks, but looking to buy for convenience reasons. Anyone?

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    Buy some grass-fed beef heart and make it yourself. Can't beat the price and quality.

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    If you input "jerky" at Amazon, you get 3200+ hits. You can refine it from there.

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    I bought some from US Wellness Meats. It seems fairly normally priced for jerky, and is from grass-fed cows.

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    There is a local vendor around my area that makes grass-fed beef and lamb jerky, and pasture-raised pork jerky. Problem is, they still use a fair amount of non-primal stuff in it. For example, the number one ingredient listed, after the meat was "evaporated sugar cane juice." I gave it a big pass as a result.

    Grass-fed aside, I just don't see the point. If the meat is the good stuff, but the rest of it is still crap, are you REALLY that much better off? Just get a dehydrator and make your own if you must. It's not that hard.

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    Red face BEST tasting!

    Quote Originally Posted by neophyte View Post
    Does such a thing exist? I know affordable is subjective, but I would appreciate some suggestions if anyone has any. Thanks.
    Love this company and their grassfed jerky. Gourmet Grass Fed Jerky & Meats (I am not getting paid to recommend this product. I just LOVE it!

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    Perhaps a little pricier than what you're looking for (taking shipping into account), but I trust the ingredients: Steve's Original Grass-Fed Just Jerky

    I also just tried their Grass-Fed PaleoStix (w/spinach), and they are excellent.

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