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David B
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08/24/2016 07:01AM
Great message board, but without my own drier I'll be buying jerky for my Quetico trip starting in Atikokan. A while back there was a great thread on where to buy jerky in MN, but what about in Canada. Coming from the east coast and driving across, any thoughts or should I purchase online?
 
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08/24/2016 08:43AM
Lot of online sources, lots of choices. Will plug my favorite home state brand, Neuskes .
Trans Canada 17 has a lot of construction work. Drove Thunder Bay to Sault Ste. Marie 2 weeks ago, blasting to widen rock gaps, building added lanes, bridge work.
Have a great trip!

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hooky
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08/24/2016 08:59AM
Might I also suggest adding some of THIS to your order?
quark2222
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08/24/2016 07:19PM
I'm not sure what the regs are about bringing processed meat into Canada. With that said, this is the best jerky I've ever had:

Koenemann's

Although they don't list it on-line, my old favorite was their black peppered version. They probably still have it, just not on-line. The jerky is sliced nice and thin. Volo, IL is just south of Wisconsin, so that is probably why it tastes so good!

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ParkerMag
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08/30/2016 07:03AM
I'm a jerky nut, and this stuff I found while living in Kentucky is out of this world! Just bought 35 ozs for our trip in a week and a half.

Mingua Bros. Jerky
 
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