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Wild Game Jerky Sampler Pack

By: on June 08, 2013
$18.05
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Gators and ostrich and bears, oh my...dayum! Giving bacon gift boxes and Broquets a possible run for their money this Father's Day: Buffalo Bob's Wild Game Jerky. The sampler pack.

A gift-ready conglomeration of 10 strips and sticks, Buffalo Bob promises the finest random assortment of alligator, buffalo, elk, kangaroo, ostrich, pheasant, venison, and wild boar jerky an Andrew Jackson and a few George Washingtons...maybe an Abe Lincoln with tax...can buy. All slow-smoked exotic meats have been extracted from the finest cuts and dried for up to 7 hours. I like how when alive, encountering an alligator or an ostrich scares the bejeezus and other bodily fluids out of me, but when meeting them in jerky form the tables turn and I sink my teeth right into their flesh without a second thought.

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