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Krave Pure Jerky Sampler - Five Pack

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Corrado


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Krave Pure Jerky Sampler - Five Pack
$19.99 + $5 shipping
Condition: Pure Jerky
Products:
1 3.5 oz. Beef Chili Lime Flavor
1 3.5 oz. Pork Smoky Grilled Teriyaki Flavor
1 3.5 oz. Beef Pineapple Orange Flavor
1 3.5 oz. Sweet Chipotle Flavor
1 3.5 oz. Beef Garlic Chili Pepper

No JerkeyTracker links for this one.

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thewronggrape


quality posts: 48 Private Messages thewronggrape

Anyone have any experience on this? I love beef jerky but am very particular about finding good jerky. Mmm... beef jerky.

rileyper


quality posts: 66 Private Messages rileyper

Oh WOW a WOOT LAUNCH


ckeilah


quality posts: 149 Private Messages ckeilah

What's with the "LAUNCH" icon?

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sgoman5674


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I like jerky. Anyone know if they are kosher?

Normscoffee


quality posts: 23 Private Messages Normscoffee

Our Movie Genre. MY FIRST WOOT LAUNCH!! THIS IS AWESOME!!!

READY TO BLAST OFF TO GREAT VALUES, WOOT!!

misslavey


quality posts: 0 Private Messages misslavey

definitely in for one. these flavors sound quite good.

hobbie


quality posts: 10 Private Messages hobbie

Yea, it's Launch time! Haven't seen one of these in a while.

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mrzod


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sgoman5674 wrote:I like jerky. Anyone know if they are kosher?



dude, there is a pork jerky ... so no, its not kosher.

drillmaster


quality posts: 6 Private Messages drillmaster

a woot launch i might buy. also it must be healthier than that 79 cent jerkey lol

kylemittskus


quality posts: 229 Private Messages kylemittskus

One of the reports posted at the beginning of the week:

glindagw wrote:Read a few posts above if you want to see my lab rat report about the wine!

Krave Jerky Review - Beef Garlic Chili Pepper & Beef Pineapple Orange Flavor.

I'm a simple girl. I was very excited when I received lab rat box. Then I discovered not only a bottle of Red Zeppelin Vinidiction but two packages of beef jerky. A golden ticket indeed!

I am sad to say that I did not enjoy the jerky as much as the wine. I was initially struck by a smell that I recognized from Taiwan. Unfortunately I cannot identify it (friends noted it but didn't recognize it at all). Hopefully a friend will be able to identify it tomorrow.

My second impression was that this was moister than most beef jerky (the pineapple more than the garlic chili). The pineapple orange was sweet, but I enjoyed the flavors. I loved the heat of the garlic chili pepper.

The packages have ziploc seals on them. I sealed both and headed out for lunch. After lunch I went to a friends for a woot jerky tasting. By then the garlic chili pepper was even moister and the pineapple orange was sticky and soggy. Both were sweeter in taste. I still enjoyed the garlic chili pepper. My friend didn't care for either.

The soggy Beef Pineapple Orange jerky is not terribly appealing. I still like the garlic chili pepper but I wish that it was a little more savory.

My initial impression was that I would definitely buy this jerky if it was tomorrow's woot. Hours later I am sorry to say that this is not the case. I would avoid the pineapple orange. I wouldn't mind the garlic chili pepper if I could get it by itself (it does have a kick to it).

WineDavid, thanks for sending wine & jerky to try. It was fun to have two opportunities to rat today.
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ckeilah


quality posts: 149 Private Messages ckeilah

"Artisinal"? From Sonomoa, CA?! CA has those "happy cows". How happy are they now?

Sorry boys, if it didn't come from a nondescript shack in a podunk town in Texas with a burning-house level of smoke pouring from the backyard it probably isn't worth chomping down on.

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mobrien05


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mrzod wrote:dude, there is a pork jerky ... so no, its not kosher.



Is it vegetarian? (yes, i know...i'm a jackass =)

KenandAlison


quality posts: 4 Private Messages KenandAlison

If your going to make jerky in Sonoma; It should be wine jerky from those sweet california cows...?

Cabernet Jerky
Merlot Jerky
Chardonnay Jerky
Two-Buck Chuck Jerky

drillmaster


quality posts: 6 Private Messages drillmaster

can i buy this even if its not a wine. because i live in one of those no wine ship states. since its not wine will they allow it.

curtisuxor


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This reminds me.

I was pondering unusual forms of torture. One idea I came up with would be to feed someone only beef jerky and give them no dental floss or toothpicks.

Anyways, looks delicious.

rileyper


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For those who didn't click on the woot launch button to see what on earth that is, heres a LINK


hobbie


quality posts: 10 Private Messages hobbie
sgoman5674 wrote:I like jerky. Anyone know if they are kosher?

Nothing on their website. You may have to call or email them.

info@kravejerky.com 707.939.9176

Komarimashitane!

sezen


quality posts: 9 Private Messages sezen

Oh look! Pope hat!

Yes, I read the FAQ, that's why I said it.

ckeilah


quality posts: 149 Private Messages ckeilah

But thanks for giving us a reprieve on the wine. With the Holidays' onslaught what we need now, more than more wine, is a few offerings of GOOD WINE RACKS! e.g.: http://www.brookstone.com/Swedish-Wine-Racks.html

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conroo


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So is this ground and extruded, or sliced from whole muscle?

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Gatzby


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You know, I'm used to buying my jerky out of vans in the mountains that are a bit rusted out, flying a few flags, and having "JERKY" on the side in duct tape. (Hey, they had gator! I know they didn't make it!) What sets this apart from the run of the mill stuff?

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hobbie


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drillmaster wrote:can i buy this even if its not a wine. because i live in one of those no wine ship states. since its not wine will they allow it.

It's not wine so you can order it.

Komarimashitane!

mobrien05


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curtisuxor wrote:This reminds me.

I was pondering unusual forms of torture. One idea I came up with would be to feed someone only beef jerky and give them no dental floss or toothpicks.

Anyways, looks delicious.



Corn on the cob might be worse.

LadyBacon


quality posts: 2 Private Messages LadyBacon

I Love Jerky, but too many of them have "chili". Spicy foods don't like me

kramerd


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mobrien05 wrote:Is it vegetarian? (yes, i know...i'm a jackass =)



Are you trying to imply that pork isn't vegetarian?

hemery55


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The jerky looks great and I'd LOVE to try it...if only it would ship to MAINE!!!

rrosales


quality posts: 8 Private Messages rrosales

I am trying to figure out how much 3.5 oz is. Can anyone give me an easy way to visualize this by comparing to a well known popular brand? Like is it 1 slim jim?

curtisuxor


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drillmaster wrote:can i buy this even if its not a wine. because i live in one of those no wine ship states. since its not wine will they allow it.



The "embargo"? (don't know what to call it if it is state-to-state) only applies to wine. Don't worry.

kramerd


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sezen wrote:Oh look! Pope hat!



Didn't you read the FAQ? Its clearly a rocket ship.

glindagw


quality posts: 6 Private Messages glindagw

I'd love to know what the other ratters thought of the jerky. I enjoyed the Garlic Chili. I was very disappointed by the gooey Pineapple Orange (my review is posted above). I would like to know more about the other three before going in for one.

Pyst


quality posts: 5 Private Messages Pyst

woot! needs to fix their order form. Several states are not listed in my address drop down. Tennessee being mine. Not being able to order makes me a sad monkey.

kramerd


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rrosales wrote:I am trying to figure out how much 3.5 oz is. Can anyone give me an easy way to visualize this by comparing to a well known popular brand? Like is it 1 slim jim?



1 slim jim is 0.28 oz, so this would be closer to 12 slim jims (X5 flavors).

hobbie


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FYI and IMO

My experience with store-bought jerky, regardless of brand, is that it costs about $1 an ounce. This sale is 17.5 ounces for $20 so it's not a bad deal. Throw in the claim about it being "real" jerky and it's worth a test drive.

Komarimashitane!

triplesalcho


quality posts: 2 Private Messages triplesalcho
hobbie wrote:FYI and IMO

My experience with store-bought jerky, regardless of brand, is that it costs about $1 an ounce. This sale is 17.5 ounces for $20 so it's not a bad deal. Throw in the claim about it being "real" jerky and it's worth a test drive.



It's $25, don't forget the shipping.

I would've bought this item for sure if it didn't have the $5 shipping.

I love beef jerky, and would've been very happy to try this brand out... but you can't beat Costco.

hemery55


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hobbie wrote:It's not wine so you can order it.



Guess again...

hobbie


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rrosales wrote:I am trying to figure out how much 3.5 oz is. Can anyone give me an easy way to visualize this by comparing to a well known popular brand? Like is it 1 slim jim?

It's the same as a bag of Walmart jerky or Jack Links jerky.

Komarimashitane!

rileyper


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