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Old 12-06-2011, 09:22 PM   #26
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So where did they move to now?
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What makes chinese jerky different than The traditional American jerky?
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What makes chinese jerky different than The traditional American jerky?
Taste usually sweeter and texture.
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What makes chinese jerky different than The traditional American jerky?
Chinese jerky is generally sweeter and more intense in flavor, and the texture is softer. American jerky is usually tougher and flavor is slightly more bland and delicate.

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different types of flavor.. american jerky is more smoky?
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ah i see....ill have to try.

anyone try moose or deer jerky?
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