Biltong is the name for a traditional form of South African dried meat. The name originates from the Dutch word BIL meaning buttock and TONG meaning strip.
Biltong has it's earliest origins in Medieval Europe and was introduced to South Africa by the arrival of Dutch Settlers at the Cape of Good Hope in 1652.
Biltong has no comparison and is certainly not “beef jerky”. Biltong is a gourmet delicacy that South Africans love to eat and it is made by salting, spicing and curing selected cuts of Beef, Venison or Ostrich.
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