Louisville Vegan Jerky

Vegan Jerky is Going to be HUGE in 2019

by | December 14, 2018

Vegan Jerky is going to be the hottest thing since sliced bread in 2019. Traditionally it is made from animal products but 2018 has seen an insurgence of the plant-based version come on the market, and there’s more coming in 2019. There are so many different types on the market, some are made from mushrooms, soy, coconut, and even kelp, just to name a few. They come in all sorts of delicious flavors too, from mesquite barbeque to tandoori, there’s sure to be a jerky for everyone.

Companies to watch out for.

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Louisville Jerky Company 

The Louisville Vegan Jerky Company, who claims on their website the “the future is fake’ have a huge range to choose from. Flavors such as; Enid’s Perfect Pepperoni, Reuben’s Smokey Carolina BBQ, Paulette’s Maple Bacon, Tod’s Smoked Chipotle and Pete’s Smoked Black Pepper. Theirs is made from textured soy and is available to purchase on their website and on Amazon. They just happen to have a Christmas variety pack for sale right now.

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Primal Spirit Foods

Primal Spirit Foods have a variety of different types made from soy, seitan, and shitake mushroom. With flavors like Mesquite Lime, Hot and Spicy, Thai Peanut (I’ve had these and they’re crazy delicious), Teriyaki, Hickory Smoked, and Texas BBQ. You can purchase Primal Spirit Foods jerky at Wholefoods.

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Akua Kelp Jerky 

Akua is launching a whole line of jerky made from kelp, a sustainably harvested ocean sea green. The kelp jerky will be available in flavors such as; Rosemary Bbq, Spiced Turmeric, and Seasalt and Sesame. Akua launched a Kickstarter earlier this year and are now taking preorders for their kelp jerky on its website.

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Mighty Bee Jerky Company 

Mighty Bee has released a range made from dehydrated Thai coconuts. They carry the usual Spicy Bbq and Teriyaki flavors and thankfully for fully fledged chocoholics like myself they also have Chocolate Hazlenut jerky. Seriously, I’m going to order this for myself today. Mighty Bee coconut jerky is available for purchase on their website and in select stores in the U.K.

I’m really looking forward to trying out a few of these, and I can’t wait to see what other types hit the market next year.

Have you tried vegan jerky? What are your thoughts? Let me know in the comments below.

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Julie Nealon

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