Pemmican & Jerky

    Pemmican, jerky and other meat snacks processed without MSG.

    Source: Weston A Price Shopping Guide 2012

On the Coffs Coast...

    Pemmican, jerky and other meat snacks made from (preferably soy-free) animals allowed to graze, and wild fish jerky, processed with natural sweeteners (if any), without additives such as nitrates/nitrites, and without monosodium glutamate (MSG). (Note: Products containing hydrolyzed protein, citric acid, “spices”, or “natural flavours” usually contain MSG.)

    Source: Weston A Price Shopping Guide 2012

On the Coffs Coast...

    Pemmican is not widely known of in Australia. It is a concentrated mixture of fat and protein used as a nutritious food, mainly in the USA. Check out more about Pemmican on Wikapedia.

    Byron Bay Biltong African beef jerky is occasionally found at good health and wholefood stores, otherwise you can buy online from their website.

    Why not make it yourself – it’s very easy, with an oven or a dehydrator. Check out this How to make Jerky recipe.

    Most commercial pemmican, jerky and other meat snacks containing MSG and high levels of additives.

    Source: Weston A Price Shopping Guide 2012