Landjaeger is a German-inspired dried sausage. The texture is somewhere between salami and jerky, so they used to be popular provisions for European armies. These days they're great for hungry hikers and other snackers on the go.
This landjaeger comes from Fleisher's in New York. It's made with a mix of pork and beef that's never given any antibiotics or hormones. The beef is grass fed and finished in North Carolina at Joyce Farms, and the pork is pasture raised at Lucki 7 Farms in New York.
Dense and chewy with a huge meaty flavor, it's a fantastic choice for roving carnivores that need a little pick-me-up. At home, try nibbling on landjaeger with cheese and pickles.