How It’s Made Beef Jerky

What’s the one standard snack that has been feeding people for longer than chips, popcorn and cookies combined? If your answer is anything other than Jerky, you are wrong.
That’s right, the usually unassuming jerky that you might buy at a grocery store has been made for thousands of years, and its popularity doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon.
But how exactly does something like fresh beef turn into something you can package off like cookies and chips that can last for over a year without refrigeration? Well, we are here to answer that question. So without further ado, here is how beef jerky is made.

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