Make & Model - Wild Zora Turkey & Veggie Bars (Masala Spinach)
Calories Per Serving - 100
Protein Per Serving - 7 grams
Package Size - 1 ounce
MSRP - $3
URL - http://www.wildzora.com
Tester #1: Patrick Vuong
Overall: Absolutely delicious. So much so that I was bummed when I finished the package in about 10 seconds. Still, I really like the softness of this meat-and-veggie combo, which is a nice change of pace after nearly getting lockjaw from trying traditional jerky for the past week.
Tester #2: John Schwartze
Overall: This was on par with the lamb jerky for texture, but a little spicier. Very moist, tender, and flavorful. My only gripe again was the package. I'd rather store less packages with more in it, than a 1-ouncer with only a few bites. Would be a great snack if you ate like a bird, but I'm the guy who goes to In-N-Out and orders a burger with four patties. I'd have to pass on it for survival purposes.
Tester #3: Martin Anders
Overall: I can definitely taste the Indian food-inspired masala-ness of this jerky. It has a healthy taste going on and a touch of sweetness. It doesn't really taste like a jerky, but it's good to know that it contains both meat and veggies. It's got a little fiber in it, which shouldn't hurt for later.
Notes: Although not technically jerky, Wild Zora's line of meat and vegetables bars can be a great alternative for those who are sensitive to different allergens. Its bars are made of both meat and vegetables and are gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, milk-free, nightshade-free, no nuts/peanuts/tree-nuts, and have no MSG or chemical additives. This bar qualifies for the Whole30 Program and is paleo-friendly.
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