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preserving meat south african biltong

 
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hi all im happy to share with yall how I make my biltong a traditional south african way to preserve meat using just spices and air drying here i use a box with a fan but in the old days it was often just hung under the eves of the house,in the pantry or under a tree when out hunting.
 
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Lekker. I grew up in Greytown and went to school in Maritzburg. Whenever I go back to the farm to visit my folks I stop in at the butcher at the petrol station in New Hanover. Still the best biltong I've had anywhere.  
 
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