Move over, beef jerky. There’s a new jerky in town, and this one is pescavore-friendly.
We tried the three flavors of Pescavore tuna jerky -- Caribbean Jerk, Island Teriyaki and Smokey Poke -- to see if they serve as a worthy beef jerky substitute if you’re cutting out meat for Lent or year-round.
Pescavore tuna jerky / Photo courtesy of Pescavore
The 1.5 oz single servings of wild tuna or salmon are sourced from sustainable seafood and use natural wood smoking for flavor.