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For a second, I thought I read: How to Make Delicious Jerks Meaty.
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Maybe Jack Links should read this book
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For a second, I thought I read: How to Make Delicious Jerks Meaty.
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Maybe Jack Links should read this book
messin' with sasquatch?
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maybe jack links should read this book
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No "maybe" about it.

So widespread, so tempting, yet inevitably, so disappointing.

I'm not a JL hater. To me, JL is better than no jerky at all, and is 'easy' for jerky beginners or the feeble-toothed, but my extended family, from age 4 to 88, ignores JL and waits for my own homemade jerky or the best (regrettably infrequently Slickdealed) brands that I've discovered here.

I just honestly feel that JL could make a better product, even with USDA Utility, Canner or Cutter grade beef, if they tried -- and I wish they would. I rarely have time to make my own jerky.

If officers of Jack LInks are listening: ignore the MBA cost-cutters who shave every last penny of raw material, skilled labor or processing to make a minimalist but consistent product. That's for low-end MBAs. Business school also teaches that spending a few cents more for a more high-end market segment can be a huge profit win. The race to the bottom slashes margins, requiring 10x the sales to generate the same dollar of profit as a mid-range product that costs relatively little more to produce.

You spend almost as much on attractive packaging that will also survive long warehousing as you do on the jerky.
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