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Dried and True Beef Jerky
Cost: $25/month (3 Bags) $45/month (6 Bags)
Ships To: US
Coupon Code: N/A
Dried and True offers all natural, handcrafted beef jerky made in small batches. Their monthly subscription delivers their delicious jerky right to your door each month. You can opt for 3-bags ($25) or 6-bags ($45) and can customize the assortment of flavors you receive.
Dried and True ships via USPS on a monthly basis.
We received the 3-Pack “Assorted”, which included one of each of Dried and True‘s flavors.
The August 2016 Dried and True “Assorted” box included the following items:
~Dried and True Original: Original is classic jerky with hints of Worcestershire sauce, onion, and garlic. It’s B’s favorite of the bunch (Dried and True has popped up in a few subscription boxes over the years), but it’s not plain old jerky. It’s not tough like some jerky brands are, this is soft and chewy!
~Dried and True Ginger Teriyaki: Ginger Teriyaki is flavored with real ginger and pineapple juice, then sprinkled with sesame seeds. Like all Dried and True jerky, this is gluten-free and contains no preservatives, no nitrates and no corn syrup. I think this is my favorite of the bunch. It has a kick to it, but I wouldn’t call it spicy. It’s just good!
~Dried and True Chile Limon: The final jerky in the box was their Chile Limon, which blends spicy chiles with a hint of lemon. Now I would call this one spicy. It’s not an overpowering spiciness, but it’s certainly there.