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1KG Biltong Variety

Choose min 4 packs

Can’t choose a flavour? We’ve got it sorted. Try our variety option and get both original and chilli biltong.

We’ve been making our Biltong out of British and Irish silverside beef since day one. Which means it’s rich in flavour and packed with the natural protein your body deserves. We take lean strips of silverside beef, rub them in herbs and spices, then hang them to dry. The result? 16g of proper tasty protein per portion. No added sugar and no unnecessary nasties - just homegrown protein from British and Irish cows.

Each 50g serving has

  • More than 25g Protein
  • Less than 122 kcal
  • Less than 1g sugar

Comes in resealable bags for freshness.

What is biltong?

Biltong is thinly sliced dried, cured meat originating in Southern African countries like Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa. If we had to compare it to something, we’d say it was a little like beef jerky. But trust us - it’s a whole different beast. To find out more about biltong, click here.

How do you make your biltong?

We make our biltong by marinating, seasoning and curing lean meat from cows reared on British and Irish soil. To learn more about the process, click here.

What can I eat biltong with?

Whilst our biltong makes the perfect high protein snack there’s also a whole lot of delicious stuff you can do with Ember biltong. Why not try biltong & eggs, biltong & noodles or biltong on a homemade salad. The best part? You can find them all in our recipes collection.

Is biltong good for you?

Luckily, biltong is made with simple ingredients, a big old dose of protein and all nine essential amino acids (for fat burning, muscle growth, reduced mental fatigue...the list goes on). To know more, read our blog about What is Biltong and its delicious benefits here.

What is the difference between biltong and beef jerky?

Beef jerky is a classic cooked and dehydrated meat snack, made with salt and a handful of different seasonings. All the moisture is sucked out of the meat, which means it can hang around safely on the shelves for a long time. Biltong, on the other hand, uses a mix of vinegar and deep, strong spices every step of the way, giving the meat that extra notch of flavour. It also packs a juicier punch, because it has a slightly higher amount of fat running through the meat. Beef jerky has less fat - hence why it can be drier (and tougher on the teeth). To read the full story, click here.

Is biltong high in protein?

Of course - all our products are packed with the natural protein your body deserves.

Is biltong suitable for a keto diet?

All our products are low carb and high protein making them perfect as part of a keto diet.

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