Bundu Biltong Original / Chilli £1 @ Lidl
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Bundu Biltong Original / Chilli £1 @ Lidl

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Found 18th Mar 2016
This delicious high protein snack is nothing but prime beef, marinated, air dried and sliced.

Made to an authentic South African recipe using traditional methods.

I saw this in Lidl and I had to have it, it's really tasty

It usually cost £4
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Hot!!!! (I love biltong unless you hadn't guessed!)
Weird tasting stuff- Wild West is much better. What size are these packets? 25grams?
chapchap

Weird tasting stuff- Wild West is much better. What size are these … Weird tasting stuff- Wild West is much better. What size are these packets? 25grams?


Can't say that I have tried this one but isn't wild west beef jerky???
This size is Bundu 25g for £1 at LIDL,

Sainsburys sale Bundu 85g for £3 as normal price.
sainsburys.co.uk/sho…85g
Edited by: "andreocean" 18th Mar 2016
The wild west jerky contains a lot of sugar, was really surprised when I checked the nutrition info. The biltong is really unrivaled as a high protein snack.
jp1843

The wild west jerky contains a lot of sugar, was really surprised when I … The wild west jerky contains a lot of sugar, was really surprised when I checked the nutrition info. The biltong is really unrivaled as a high protein snack.


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chuckiedoll

Can't say that I have tried this one but isn't wild west beef jerky???


Wild West beef jerky is like trying to eat a leather Belt. Bundu And Kings beef Jerky/biltongs are much better tasting
andreocean

Wild West beef jerky is like trying to eat a leather Belt. Bundu And … Wild West beef jerky is like trying to eat a leather Belt. Bundu And Kings beef Jerky/biltongs are much better tasting


I have had both many times, definitely a bigger fan of any biltong. Just haven't tried this brand in particular
Rather buy your biltong from a South African shop. Around £40 per kilo - or part thereof - and you can order it as wet, dry, lean or fatty as you like. You will need to cut it yourself but it is far better than any of these little packs.
andreocean

This size is Bundu 25g for £1 at LIDL, Sainsburys sale Bundu 85g for £3 a … This size is Bundu 25g for £1 at LIDL, Sainsburys sale Bundu 85g for £3 as normal price.http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/bundu-original-beef-biltong-85g


So cheaper per gram at Sainsburys.
jp1843

The wild west jerky contains a lot of sugar, was really surprised when I … The wild west jerky contains a lot of sugar, was really surprised when I checked the nutrition info. The biltong is really unrivaled as a high protein snack.


Yes that's true- far too much sugar in Wild West after just checking! I won't be eating that again.
But this stuff tastes depressing....
this is never £4 for 25g.
billythefish

this is never £4 for 25g.


Ive paid £5 for a 25g bag of biltong

ALSO

they have jerky for a £1 too

Edited by: "shakey82" 18th Mar 2016
I'll have it with a ROOOOOOOOT beer!
shakey82

Ive paid £5 for a 25g bag of biltong ALSOthey have jerky for a £1 too


the fact you paid 5 quid for 25g means absolutely nothing
If you paid anywhere near 4 quid for 25g you clearly don't buy it regularly...
All the same usually £1.75 upwards in tesco etc... not bad. Might have a look if its good as they say on protein front.
Be careful with comparisons, as the bag sizes may be different! There's 25g and 85g for Bundu, and potentially a 50g pack as well.

Sainsburys has the 85g for £3. If Lidl had the 85g for £1, that would be below wholesale price (I run an online shop just selling beef jerky and biltong so I know).

£1 for a 25g pack is not a bad price, and usually it is between £1.20 to £1.50, so it is still a saving.
andreocean

Wild West beef jerky is like trying to eat a leather Belt. Bundu And … Wild West beef jerky is like trying to eat a leather Belt. Bundu And Kings beef Jerky/biltongs are much better tasting



Both Bundu and Wild West are made by the same company. Kings is made by a different company.
Nice price - heated.

You could make your own...easy to make drying box plus spices off ebay and rump steak. Google biltong box.

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andreocean

Wild West beef jerky is like trying to eat a leather Belt. Bundu And … Wild West beef jerky is like trying to eat a leather Belt. Bundu And Kings beef Jerky/biltongs are much better tasting



Kings' is probably the best off the shelf jerky and biltong there is.

justonemorepie

Rather buy your biltong from a South African shop. Around £40 per kilo - … Rather buy your biltong from a South African shop. Around £40 per kilo - or part thereof - and you can order it as wet, dry, lean or fatty as you like. You will need to cut it yourself but it is far better than any of these little packs.



My local SA shop's biltong is amazing. Definitely the best place to buy from if you can.
Have a shop near me that makes their own biltong so amazing.

biltongemporium.com/

Edited by: "jkd" 19th Mar 2016
Is this product suitable for vegetarians ? lolz
shakey82

Ive paid £5 for a 25g bag of biltong ALSOthey have jerky for a £1 too


this make of jerky is never £4 for 25g,you may of paid that for other types but not this.
None in my local ;-( (Newtownabbey)
Edited by: "aLV426" 19th Mar 2016
I paid £32 for a 1kg bag of fresh cut building this morning for a mate. If you eat it regularly don't buy this stuff, get the decent stuff from one of the SA shops.
Darn it! I'm going to have to order some biltong, draewors and chilli bites now.
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