Here’s a bit of useless trivia for you: the word ‘jerky’ comes from the Incas, whose word for drying meat was ‘cchargini’. This was changed to ‘charque’ by the Spanish – and from there it was just a short trip to the English ‘jerky’. So it’s got nothing to do with the jerky way you eat the stuff.
But we digress. Kangaroo is extremely high in antioxidants and vitamins, and has higher levels of omega 3 than beef, lamb or pork. Jumbo Pets Jumbo Treats Kangaroo Jerky Bites come in handy bite-sized morsels, which are perfect for use as a snack or training aid. Plus, you can now impress your mates with your knowledge of the origin of the word ‘jerky’.
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