Turkey Jerky, Venison Jerky, Buffalo Jerky, Salmon Jerky, Elk Jerky Now Available

Climax Buffalo Jerky Climax Venison Jerky

ArmadilloPepper.com is excited to announce that wild game jerky has arrived in our store. In addition to our beef jerky, you can shop for Buffalo Jerky, Elk Jerky, Turkey Jerky and Venison Jerky all from Climax Jerky in Colorado. We have also added Salmon Jerky made from Grade A, Wild Coho Salmon, fresh from the docks in Ketchikan, Alaska.

Jerky continues to grow in popularity due to its health benefits. Jerky is low in cholesterol, has virtually no fat, is high in protein and very flavorful. A typical 30 gram portion of beef jerky contains:

  • 10-15 grams of protein
  • 1 gram of fat
  • 0-3 grams of carbohydrates
Nutritional Information for ArmadilloPepper.com Wild Game Jerky
 Type  Fat  Protein  Carbohydrates  Cholesterol
 Buffalo, Smoked  0.8g  11.7g  2.3g  28mg
 Elk, Peppered  0.8g  11.7g  2.2g  31mg
 Turkey  3.6g  11.4g  4.3g  33mg
 Venison  0.8g  13.2g  2.3g  31mg

Making jerky is one of the earliest known food preservation techniques. In fact, its origins date back to at least ancient Egypt. A pound of meat or poultry weighs about four ounces after being made into jerky. The drying process removes most of the moisture and therefore, it does not require refrigeration.

If you haven’t tried some jerky lately, get out and enjoy some of its many benefits:

  • Convenient and a great energy booster
  • Enjoying the great outdoors – backpacking, hiking, fishing, camping, bicycling, ATV riding
  • Take on a road trip – keep some in the car as a snack for you and the kids
  • Great snack during the day, especially for those on the Atkins Diet or anyone actively engaged in an exercise/work-out program
  • Shred dome jerky on top of your favorite salad
  • Try heating some in the oven at a low temperature for a new taste experience


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2 Responses to Turkey Jerky, Venison Jerky, Buffalo Jerky, Salmon Jerky, Elk Jerky Now Available

  1. Robert says:

    This is nice! Gives me an idea what to cook on our camping. Memorial Day weekend just passed, and it appears to be the starting point of the camping season across America. Any campers out there know precisely what I mean by, the camping season. So what is the most hard thing about camping outdoors; Very good camping out breakfast recipes. Lunch and dinner are generally barbequed on a grill or over the fire, but breakfast is a little trickier. Most individuals do not bring cereal and milk camping, and typically there is no oven for biscuits and cinnamon rolls. Looking up some simple camping recipes can save you both time and a headache down the road.

  2. ArmadilloPepper says:

    I take my kids camping regularly and your comments are exactly right about breakfast. Thanks for the reference.

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