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 Post subject: Re: UK Biltong
PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2017 8:55 pm 
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I recently bought some beef jerky and laughed when I read the back of the packet - "once opened consume within three days" - I thought you were meant to keep it on your pocket and eat while you rode the range for weeks on end!!!

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 Post subject: Re: UK Biltong
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i get mine from the biltong company chichester and its a life saver

I often end up going to events where the supplied food is all vegetarian (for sake of ease and cost cutting)

s my supply of biltong and pork scratchings make me very popular ..... if i let on
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 Post subject: Re: UK Biltong
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I'm from South Africa originally and we used to make our own biltong and boerwors (pork and beef sausage flavoured with powdered coriander seed).

The best I've found for both of these since we've been in England is http://www.bobsbiltong.co.uk/. Enjoy!


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KidsClays&Cartridges wrote:
I'm from South Africa originally and we used to make our own biltong and boerwors (pork and beef sausage flavoured with powdered coriander seed).

The best I've found for both of these since we've been in England is http://www.bobsbiltong.co.uk/. Enjoy!


I mentioned Bob's on the first page clapclap

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 Post subject: Re: UK Biltong
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BamBam wrote:
KidsClays&Cartridges wrote:
I'm from South Africa originally and we used to make our own biltong and boerwors (pork and beef sausage flavoured with powdered coriander seed).

The best I've found for both of these since we've been in England is http://www.bobsbiltong.co.uk/. Enjoy!


I mentioned Bob's on the first page clapclap



Sorry man, got so excited to see something about Biltong, I dived straight in. I promise to read more next time.


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 Post subject: Re: UK Biltong
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No problem, it's an expensive habit forming addiction biltong.
I can pop in for £5 worth of chilli bites and leave £30 lighter.

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 Post subject: Re: UK Biltong
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It certainly is. My dad puts in massive orders for biltong and boerwors and gets it couriered down to him. Other family members insist on making the pilgrimage to Bob's whenever they visit us. We also found out that Bob went to the same secondary school as my mum and dad. Very small world.


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 Post subject: Re: UK Biltong
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My family down south shop at their local Jumbo.

https://www.southafricanshop.co.uk/store/about_us

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