Teriyaki Beef Jerky

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A combination of sweet, and the natural meat flavors Big Country Smokehouse seems to do a very good job of bringing out the natural meat flavors in all of its varieties, and this is no exception. There is indeed a teriyaki flavor here, but this particular combination of soy sauce and sugar seems to be more heavily weighted on the sugar side. 

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High in protein, All natural, No preservatives, No artificial ingredients 

DESCRIPTION: A combination of sweet, and the natural meat flavors Big Country Smokehouse seems to do a very good job of bringing out the natural meat flavors in all of its varieties, and this is no exception. There is indeed a teriyaki flavor here, but this particular combination of soy sauce and sugar seems to be more heavily weighted on the sugar side. The final flavor that comes out in this variety is the ginger powder, which I find as a pleasant contrast to the sweet. It's almost like having ginger candy, except the ginger flavor is not strong, it's just there as a soft and subtle reminder.
INGREDIENTS: Turkey, brown sugar, teriyaki sauce (soy sauce [water, wheat, soybeans, salt], wine, sugar, water, vinegar, salt, spices, onion powder, succinic acid, garlic, sodium benzoate), vinegar, granulated garlic, onion powder, liquid smoke, salt, sodium nitrite. CONTAINS: WHEAT, SOY.

NUTRITION FACTS: Serving Size: 1 oz.

Calories: 73g Sugar: 1g
Total Fat: 1g Protein:  12g
Cholesterol: 20mg Vitamin A: 0%
Sodium: 410mg Vitamin C: 0%
Carbohydrates: 4g Calcium: 0%
Fiber: 0g Iron: 8%

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Teriyaki Beef Jerky

Teriyaki Beef Jerky

A combination of sweet, and the natural meat flavors Big Country Smokehouse seems to do a very good job of bringing out the natural meat flavors in all of its varieties, and this is no exception. There is indeed a teriyaki flavor here, but this particular combination of soy sauce and sugar seems to be more heavily weighted on the sugar side.