"Jerky originally came to use from the Indians. Jerky is meat cut into thin strips and dried. Domestic beef and most big-game animals such as deer, antelope, elk, and moose can be used. The cut of meat is relatively unimportant except that it must be lean. Jerky made from the brisket tastes as good as that from the tenderloin."--First paragraph.
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