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Ostrim Jerkee {Giveaway} – Closed

Disclosure: This could be a sponsored post or contain affiliate links (which means I earn a percentage of the sale), but all opinions are strictly my own.

My dad is a pretty manly guy (works at an auto body shop, hunts, fishes, builds stuff, etc.) and he was blessed with five wonderful children, who all happened to be daughters.  I’ve never heard him lament our girlyness, but he also made sure we all knew how to enjoy more than dress ups and dollhouses by teaching us how to fish, camp and hike.  A staple for all of these outings was jerky.  We LOVED jerky, and now every time I eat it, I think of holding a fishing pole or talking by a fire pit.

Since Father’s Day is coming up, I’ve been brainstorming ideas for both my father and husband and you better believe I jumped at the chance to review some of Ostrim’s Jerkee.


I love that this jerky doesn’t just taste good, but it’s actually good for you.  Lot of good protein, low fat and no fillers make it a filling snack without tons of calories.  In fact a full stick has less than 100 calories.

They also have a bunch of tasty flavors including classics like teriyaki, BBQ and pepper, and then they have some sweet and spicy flavors like applewood, maple, and habanero (my husbands favorite).


Now I need to backtrack to the girlyness a little bit.  I like meat.  I like red meat.  I love steak. But I do not like the chewy, fatty, or gristly bits that show up in meat and VERY often in jerky.  This jerky stands apart in my experience. They weren’t oily, chewy or gristly in the least, instead they were delicious, savory, firm and 96% fat free.  Which meant there was not a single questionable bite in any of the samples.


If you want to mix it up a little bit they also make jerky trail mix, full of nuts, berries and (you guessed it) jerky! I expected a lot of meat from a trail mix sold by a jerky company, and they definitely delivered.  The nuts were a little soft, but the blueberry infused cranberries in it were delicious, and there was tons of meat…  I ended up thinking of it more as a hearty jerky with some added textures than a run of the mill trail mix.


I’ve found the Ostrim Jerky to be delicious snacks, a great post workout food, and something nutritious I can grab on the run. Can’t wait to try them for yourself? Pick up a few meat sticks at your local Albertson’s, Fred Meyer or Costco.  (You can view the full list of retailers here.)

You can also follow them on their website http://ostrim.com or on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

And now for the fun part!  One lucky winner will receive an Ostrim gift basket filled with jerky for your own enjoyment, or for your fathers/husbands if you’re feeling generous.


*This giveaway is open to entries in the US only.
*The winner of this giveaway will be drawn no later than the evening of June 8th and will be emailed.  If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be drawn.
*This posting and giveaway are sponsored by Ostrim, but all opinions are my own.


  1. Mmm… the turkey applewood and maple sticks sound amazing. My husband goes through several bags of jerky a month and I would love to win this for him!

  2. Sarah Mahan says:

    I’ve never tried turkey jerkee, but the turkey applewood maple flavor sounds interesting.

  3. Anne N. says:

    i like to to try the Jerkee Teriyaki. I like that it has no fat because that’s what I dislike while eating jerky or any meat.

  4. Meagan bs says:

    id like to try the turkey applewood maple flavor

  5. Alesha ol says:

    I would like to try the paleo trail mix or turkey jerkey

  6. Brandi Dawn says:

    I would really like to try the beef and elk teryiaki sticks.

  7. Kris I. says:

    I want to try the turkey maple

  8. I’d like to try the OSTRIM Natural sticks.

  9. Sky Evans says:

    I’d like the Teriyaki

  10. Linda Meyers-Gabbard says:

    Id like to try OSTRIM Turkey Applewood

  11. I want to try Sweet and Spicy, sounds delish!

  12. Teriyaki sounds yummy!


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