Original Beef Jerky

Savage Jerky’s original beef jerky is anything but conventional — teriyaki, salt and pepper, and original beef jerky recipes, straight from our kitchen to your doorstep. Real beef jerky made in the USA with ingredients you can actually pronounce. 
Lime & Garlic Mojo
Lime & Garlic Mojo
We blend savory herbs and spices to create a fresh zesty herbal twist on a Cuban classic. MILD

Original
Original
Smoky flavor infused into a house blend of spices for a time-honored recipe. Try some now! MILD

Teriyaki
Teriyaki
Our house made sauce combines tamari, ginger, garlic & honey for a sweet and savory flavor. MILD

Cracked Pepper & Sea Salt
Cracked Pepper & Sea Salt
Our own traditional marinade finished with coarse sea salt and freshly ground peppercorn. MILD

Rosemary Garlic
Rosemary Garlic

We blend rosemary and fresh garlic with a zest of lemon for an experience to rival a s... MILD

FAQ:

Where did beef jerky originate from?

Jerky gets its name from the Quechua people of South American, an Incan tribe, who called dried meat “cha’arki.” However, The Quechuan didn’t invent the process of drying foods to preserve them. That process can be traced all over the globe. Humans have been drying foods of all kinds — meats, fruits and vegetables — for thousands of years using many methods. Dried meats were nutritious, lightweight and lasted a long time, which made them ideal for people who traveled or lived nomadic lifestyles.

How was beef jerky originally made?

The answer to how beef jerky was originally made depends on who you ask. Native Americans, Chinese, and ancient Greeks for example all had methods for preserving meats that use some combination of sun, wind and/or smoke. They cut the meat into thin strips and trimmed the fat from it; then, they cured it in salt to prevent it from spoiling. Similar techniques for curing meats — deer, bison, cow and other animals — were found all over the world.

Can dogs eat original beef jerky?

First of all, we’re no experts in veterinary medicine, so if you have concerns about the way your dog reacts to certain foods, ask your vet. Jerky in small amounts tends to be safe for dogs, but the key here is moderation. Spices and some additives bother dogs’ digestion. We wouldn’t recommend feeding some of our spicy flavors to your dog, but your dog might enjoy Savage Jerky’s original beef jerky recipe.