Smokehouse Jerky Company has been creating Gourmet Brisket Beef Jerky of the highest quality since 2003. We create a natural jerky with hickory smoked Brisket beef from Harris Ranch in our California smokehouse. All of our beef jerky is made with no added preservatives or MSG, no nitrates, no nitrites, no fillers and no binders of any kind. We also pride ourselves in the fact that our beef jerky has a lower sodium content than most commercial manufacturers. We always use the best ingredients…

Smokehouse Jerky Company has been creating Gourmet Brisket Beef Jerky of the highest quality since 2003. We create a natural jerky with hickory smoked Brisket beef from Harris Ranch in our California smokehouse. All of our beef jerky is made with no added preservatives or MSG, no nitrates, no nitrites, no fillers and no binders of any kind. We also pride ourselves in the fact that our beef jerky has a lower sodium content than most commercial manufacturers. We always use the best ingredients…

Pepperoni Sticks Meat snack sticks are all the rage these days, and our Uncured Pepperoni Sticks are way out ahead of the pack. These snack sticks are cured with celery powder instead of sodium nitrite or nitrate. They have a firm texture, a nice snap, and they owe their medium level spiciness to crushed red pepper. Shelf stable at room temperature for a year, they are perfect for snacking on the go.

Pepperoni Sticks

Pepperoni Sticks Meat snack sticks are all the rage these days, and our Uncured Pepperoni Sticks are way out ahead of the pack. These snack sticks are cured with celery powder instead of sodium nitrite or nitrate. They have a firm texture, a nice snap, and they owe their medium level spiciness to crushed red pepper. Shelf stable at room temperature for a year, they are perfect for snacking on the go.

When it comes to treats for your furry friend, do you read the label?  Some of the ingredients they put into dog treats I can’t even begin to pronounce.  Propylene Glycol. Potassium Sorbate. Sodium Nitrite. Who wants to feed their precious fur babies that? Not me. So instead of buying treats, I make my own. …

17 Homemade Dog Treats Your Pet Will Absolutely Love

When it comes to treats for your furry friend, do you read the label? Some of the ingredients they put into dog treats I can’t even begin to pronounce. Propylene Glycol. Potassium Sorbate. Sodium Nitrite. Who wants to feed their precious fur babies that? Not me. So instead of buying treats, I make my own. …

When it comes to treats for your furry friend, do you read the label?  Some of the ingredients they put into dog treats I can’t even begin to pronounce.  Propylene Glycol. Potassium Sorbate. Sodium Nitrite. Who wants to feed their precious fur babies that? Not me. So instead of buying treats, I make my own. …

17 Homemade Dog Treats Your Pet Will Absolutely Love

When it comes to treats for your furry friend, do you read the label? Some of the ingredients they put into dog treats I can’t even begin to pronounce. Propylene Glycol. Potassium Sorbate. Sodium Nitrite. Who wants to feed their precious fur babies that? Not me. So instead of buying treats, I make my own. …

How To Make The Most Delicious Beef Jerky Ever - If SHTF, I won't be eating the expensive store-bought beef jerky--the kind packed with salt and sodium nitrites (which has been linked to cancer). I'll be eating my own beef jerky. It's healthy, delicious, and far cheaper.

How To Make The Most Delicious Beef Jerky Ever - If SHTF, I won't be eating the expensive store-bought beef jerky--the kind packed with salt and sodium nitrites (which has been linked to cancer). I'll be eating my own beef jerky. It's healthy, delicious, and far cheaper.

Beetroot Has An Unbelievable Power: It Can Cure These 12 Diseases

Beetroot Has An Unbelievable Power: It Can Cure These 12 Diseases

One great way to start the day is with a nutrient-packed vegan protein shake. People often associate vegans, those who do not ingest (and often do not wear) any products that are derived from animals, as only eating vegetables.

Nitrites \ Nitrates. 1)  Europe: Here, the most commonly used product comes under the name of “Nitrite salt” (sol peklujaca), which contains normal salt and a very little quantity of sodium nitrite – 0,5-0,6%. The nitrite salt facilitates elimination of spore-forming micro-flora and prevents hostile bacteria from growing. Just a few notes on the benefits...Read More

Nitrites \ Nitrates. 1) Europe: Here, the most commonly used product comes under the name of “Nitrite salt” (sol peklujaca), which contains normal salt and a very little quantity of sodium nitrite – 0,5-0,6%. The nitrite salt facilitates elimination of spore-forming micro-flora and prevents hostile bacteria from growing. Just a few notes on the benefits...Read More

If you think hot dogs, bacon and lunch meats keep that pinkish hue naturally, think again! These are just a few of the foods that contain the preservative sodium nitrite, which may be harmful to your health.  What is it? "Sodium nitrite" and "sodium nitrate" (you might see either on a food label) are used as preservatives to keep meat that bright red color and help prevent bacterial growth. Where is it? Sodium nitrite is commonly added to cured meats, bacon, sausage, ham a...

Label Decoder: Sodium Nitrite

If you think hot dogs, bacon and lunch meats keep that pinkish hue naturally, think again! These are just a few of the foods that contain the preservative sodium nitrite, which may be harmful to your health. What is it? "Sodium nitrite" and "sodium nitrate" (you might see either on a food label) are used as preservatives to keep meat that bright red color and help prevent bacterial growth. Where is it? Sodium nitrite is commonly added to cured meats, bacon, sausage, ham a...

Benton’s Smoky Mountain Country Hams are slow cured using salt, brown sugar, and sodium nitrite and typically aged 9-10 months, though hams are available 1 year and older. This time-honored practice dates back to the era of our forefathers, when the preparation and preservation of meat was a way of life and sustenance.

Benton’s Smoky Mountain Country Hams are slow cured using salt, brown sugar, and sodium nitrite and typically aged 9-10 months, though hams are available 1 year and older. This time-honored practice dates back to the era of our forefathers, when the preparation and preservation of meat was a way of life and sustenance.

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