KOOEE! Beef Jerky - Habanero Chilli
Our Habanero Chilli is our hottest flavour – for those who step close to the edge.
This flavour was born out of the Launceston Farmers’ Market, where a persistent group of fans kept pressing us to make a “spicy” flavour. So we tested and tested, and just when we felt it was perfect, we added a tad more habanero chilli for good measure. So if you’re the sort of person who adds chilli flakes to all of their meals, then this jerky has been made specifically for you. We also make a milder chilli flavour – Smoked Chipotle.
Made by our team in Tasmania with only premium Tasmanian grass-fed beef, we at KOOEE! are proud to have crafted Australia’s best-tasting and healthiest jerky. Carefully marinated in a unique blend of delicious spices, coconut aminos, unfiltered apple cider vinegar and sea salt, our 100% grass-fed beef jerky is free from MSG, preservatives and anything artificial.
Crafted from: Grass-fed Tasmanian beef, coconut aminos, apple cider vinegar, sea salt, habanero chilli powder, black pepper, beetroot powder, acerola cherry juice powder, culture.
- 100% GRASS-FED BEEF JERKY
- HIGH-PROTEIN – 11G PER PACK
- SOY-FREE • DAIRY-FREE
- GLUTEN-FREE (ENDORSED BY COELIAC AUSTRALIA)
- PALEO-FRIENDLY • KETO
- NO ADDED HORMONES
- NO ADDED PRESERVATIVES OR MSG
- PROUDLY TASMANIAN-MADE
- EIGHT-MONTH SHELF LIFE
Once a bag of jerky is open it will last about three days. Jerky spoils when oxygen in the air oxidises fat in the product. Once this happens the product goes “rancid” – so be particularly careful with fattier jerkies. Mold growth can also occur (eek!). Jerky that is good to eat should have it’s original color, have no visible mold, and smell meaty.
There are a few things you should be thinking about when buying and storing large amounts of jerky
- Buy smaller bags
- Once a bag is open, it has to be eaten in 3 days. So – just buy smaller bags. 1kg bags are rarely appropriate.
- Avoid fattier products
- Fats oxidise and go rancid. Jerkies with more fat have shorter shelf life (this is a downside to wagyu jerky)
- Once open, store your jerky in the fridge and keep oxygen away
- the fridge will slow down the deterioration of the product
- Buy products with thicker bags, zip seals, and oxygen absorbers
- Keep jerky in an airtight container (or use a vacuum sealer to repack the jerky).