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Beef Jerky

A form of preserving beef, based on a technique used by American Indians, by hanging in the sun and wind until dry and hard. The word "jerky" comes from the Spanish word charqui or charki. Beef jerky is a popular snack in the U.S.A , although nowadays the beef is dried in commercial ovens.

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