I just heard that Beef Jerky isn't very common outside North America, is that true?
What Girls Said 14
Oh we have them in Australia (Melbourne) i enjoy eating the ones at the Asian grocers as they put some type of spices on it and sprinkled chilli flakes on the top. Costco sells them to and they aren't that bad either1
Yeah but in some parts of Europe they have sausages which are dried like jerky (kind of like Slim Jims).1
I am also legit curious now!1
I wouldn't be surprised.1
that is true1
Very true. I didn't have beef jerky until I moved here lol.1
No it's made in a lot of places lol1
I've never tasted it and don't want to really1
We have it here in NZ but it's only one brand as far as I've seen.1
Beef jerky is actually really common in Asia. My fav beef jerky are the ones from Asia.1
yes it's disgusting1
Yes its true1
What Guys Said 15
I have heard about that, would not surprise me if it's true.1
Egyptians created the first known form of Jerky, though it was made from diseased camels. It was called Humpakaka, and it's still in use today, though only fed to mongoloids and Jehovah's Waitresses.1
Define "very common".
Here in Slovakia you can probably get it in convenience stores if you really want to.
But no, it isn't a common snack.
It is more of an overpriced western "treat" you buy when you maybe want to try it out.
Potato chips and candy bars like Twix/Snickers is probably the most common kind of snack people would have here.1
Only place where I've heard of beef jerky was in Chrono Trigger, and that was a video game from 1994.1
I see it here on the shelves in Australia, especially as a snack food in petrol stations.
It is usually the South African version, called biltong, which is spiced and much more interesting than US style jerky.1
I don't know but I love it. I make my own.1
We do have something similar to that. Between Latina and Rome Though, not all over Italy. We call them "coppiette".1
I think so, I've only ever seenit here in the UK once, in the American food section in TESCO XD1
No you can buy freely in UK1
I've seen packets of Beef Jerky in shops everywhere in the UK.1
Yeah probably because when I went to Mexico they really didn't have it in any stores1
Europeans are more likely to eat Owl or Reindeer jerkies.
In Africa Pygmy Goat jerky is common.
In Chine one can buy several varieties of cat or dog for drying meat.0