Yes! Great thought, Carol. China’s historical form of jerky is called Bakkwa, and it is a salty dried meat product typically made with pork. It is thought to have derived from an Ancient Chinese technique for preserving meat and is considered a delicacy. With Bakkwa, meat is sliced thin, marinated and air dried before it is cooked over a hot plate. Have you tried it? Thanks for your input!


      Yeah, man, beef jerky is a popular snack in China to this day. Really good.


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