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Biltong in Afrikaans means "back strip" meaning the back strip of meat on the Kudo or impala, springbok (all South African venison). Biltong was first made by Dutch settlers to South Africa as a way of preserving their meat going back over 300 years, hung in trees to dry, all though the indigenous people in Africa would have dried their meat in a similar way. Biltong is very much an African's (south African) style of preserving meat in taste, texture and spices.
British Biltong Company is pleased to offer our Traditional biltong made with South African imported Spice. We use the best of local silverside beef and only the eye of the silverside or salmon fillet as its known in the trade. Marinated for2 days with traditional imported biltong spice in a secret marinade , only distilled malt vineger is used, then put in our dryers until ready. This can be made to your taste, just choose your bespoke choice from the options available. We package in vacuum sealed bags for whole slabs so they won't dry out, ( we recommend leaving to stand for a little while once opened) , if you can wait!, or in perforated sleeves. Wet biltong in sealed bags wont have a long life, so just eat wet biltong, dont keep for too long, if you would like in paper bags just add to comment box "in paper", but it wont have the same shelf life as the plastic bags.
Our sliced biltong is sent in 100g sealed bags to the weight ordered. I have been making and selling biltong to the public for many years from across london back in the 1980s to Exmoor now... "do it right or don't do it"!! that's my motto!
Original Biltong (traditional spice mix)
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