What is the difference between the various dried meat traditions? Let’s find out together in this article
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From the Khoisan people to the Afrikaners, the South African tradition of dried meat: the biltong.
From conquistadors to explorers of the new world: dried meat in the history of the Americas
The one shot of February 2021: BBQ and Forest. the American tradition of sauces and the Italian tradition of speck.
From the Arab tradition of Musciska del Gargano, to the Coppiette in Central Italy through the shepherds’ Transhumance
Musciska: Arabian dried meat in Puglia. The Gargano goat and Arab influences in the Italian culinary tradition
The pemmican war, the dried meat of arctic explorations and the survival ration during the Boer war.
The story of the pemmican, the dried meat of north america. From the Cree, Sioux, Lakota, to leather traders and arctic explorations
Dried meat in South America and traditional recipes: Charqui, Chalona, Charquican, Chairo, Olluquito with Charqui.
The Incas and the dried meat of the emperors. The Ch’arki