What is Biltong and why Should I Make it Myself?
Biltong is a form of dried, cured meat (usually beef or venison) that originated in South Africa. It is made by soaking slices of meat such as beef or venison in a marinade for a period of time and then hung out to air dry. The word Biltong comes from the words “bil” (from Middle Dutch bille) which means rump, and “tong” (from Middle Dutch tonghe) which means tongue. Literally, tongues (or strips) of meat from the animal’s rump.
How Biltong should be made is all up to personal preference
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