This will be the second review done for Jedidiah’s hot & spicy teriyaki flavored beef jerky. The ingredient list has since been changed from when I last made an online order in 2012. This 4 ounce/113 gram bag was purchased in May 2015 at a souvenir type of store in Barstow, California. Note the bag featured was not the actual bag purchased. The plastic bag shown below was the actual bag purchased for this review.
The next review on Van Cleave Dry Goods (aka VC Dry Goods) will be on a 3.05 ounce/86.4 gram bag of their apocalypse flavored beef jerky. This hot based flavor was kindly submitted for review by the owner, Adam Van Cleave.
The Van Cleave Dry Goods jerky brand name is based out of Frisco, Texas. Their jerky is distributed under the name of Van Cleave Dry Goods LLC., and was launched in October 2014. Rather than Read More
In 2013, the owners Brad and Michelle Summey took a road trip with some friends. Disappointed with the same old jerky selection available on the way, they decided to launch their own jerky company. The Savage Jerky Co. brand name was launched Read More
The next review on Van Cleave Dry Goods (aka VC Dry Goods) will be on a 3.05 ounce/86.4 gram bag of their Type-X flavored beef jerky. The Type-X flavor is described to have generous amounts of fresh ginger and garlic, along with spicy cayenne pepper. This flavor was graciously submitted for review by the owner, Adam Van Cleave.
The first review on Mad Cow Jerky will be on a 1.76 ounce/50 gram bag of their Winchester Blend flavor. This flavor is described as using Whistershire Sauce, red wine vinegar, and spices. No need for alarm, there is zero connection to any sort of mad cow disease. This jerky was kindly submitted by the owner, Mary-Anne Delost (M.A.D.).
This proudly marks our first review for an international jerky maker outside of Read More