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 Post subject: Re: UK Biltong
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Seeing as topside roasts are £4/kg in the supermarket.. I've just invested £10 in beef for my xmas biltong !

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I love biltong. Have been a fan for a few years. A South African chap at work got me hooked on it. These guys below deliver and the quality is amazing. I much prefer the soft biltong as it tends to last a bit longer.

Highly recommend the garlic biltong. My husband does seem to like me eating that one though!

Also recommend their droewors.

http://www.biltongstmarcus.co.uk/shop/category/biltong/

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not much good to you now, but the Hot Rock Butchers in Bisley Village do some good Biltong


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I started making my own,

Bought a dehydrator and the stuff I made is better than anything I've bought, must dig it out and start it up again.

Looked on that link above the chillie bites looked good. £22 for 35g :o


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GarethM wrote:
There is also http://www.britishbeefjerky.co.uk/, they do biltong as well. I have never tried it, but if the Jerky is anything to go by ...

Gareth


Another vote for here, the Garlic Biltong is very good.


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I'd love to make my own biltong. Any tips on what kit to get?

I'm guessing I just need to do a google search.....


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I've never had any Biltong.

But I'd love to try it... :good:

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Google 'biltong machine '

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I'd love to make my own biltong. Any tips on what kit to get?

I'm guessing I just need to do a google search.....


Get yourself a food dehydrator (many on either Amazon or ebaY) and look for recipes on Google.

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A south african bloke I worked with once gave me some biltong. It was terrible stuff and could not be chewed down enough to swallow, like shoe leather it was.
He also brought me some chewing tobacco that looked like a pigs dick, that outdid the biltongs terribleness no end!
Then one day he discovered tripe and brought some in for me to try seeing as I'd evaded that all my life even though members of my family lived off it. You could hear the wretching in Sheffield and I was in Leeds! lol


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