Freshly graduated from the R&D program, say hello to Righteous Felon's newest little friend andfirst foray into the non-beef spectrum of jerky: Fowl Capone Turkey Jerky. This turkey jerky features cage-free turkey breast and a healthy dose ofbasil, cracked black pepper, and lemon zest, with a touch of smokiness and sweet brown sugar that'll be sure to run all the other wise gobbles out of town.
We're often asked, what's more American than beef jerky? Well, the answer might just be turkey jerky. After all, did you know that Benjamin Franklin wanted the United States of America's national symbol to be a turkey instead of a bald eagle? He considered the turkey to be "a much more respectable bird," "a true original native of America," and a "bird of courage [that] would not hesitate to attack a grenadier of the British Guards who should presume to invade his yard with a red coat on." Now that's a badass bird.
Price per unit: $2.81
"The heavens have finally embraced us with a jerky worth writing a review."