Open main menu

Oberta Bacon Jerky

rated 4.0 of 5 stars
photo:   Oberta Bacon Jerky breakfast

Taste great and has the texture of regular bacon.

Pros

  • Good price in our area
  • Yummy
  • Convenient
  • Simple ingredients

Cons

  • Bag does not reseal well on its own

OBJ.jpg

Usually I am not a big fan of jerky as I find most of it too sweet for my liking.

Oberta Bacon Jerky is a refreshingly different product. Oberta Bacon Jerky tastes great and has good texture just like home cooked bacon. The jerky is not tough or too crunchy. This jerky is also great for snacking anytime you need a quick protein boost.

I like bacon when backpacking, especially for breakfast. The cost for this jerky is very close to the precooked bacon which I usually use on the trail. The problem with precooked bacon is I end up having to cook it some (as it is kind of limp) and then having a messy clean up. Oberta Bacon Jerky eliminates the need to cook my bacon before eating it as it is already done to perfection. This will allow me to speed up my breakfast prep and cleanup and to save fuel.

The one minor downside is that the reseal does not work very well on the package. I roll the bag up and put a rubber band around it to keep it sealed and retain freshness.

One of my favorite breakfast meals consists of making a bacon sandwich using honey wheat rolls from Great Harvest Bread company. These rolls pack well and are dense enough not to get crushed in your pack. I also bring along single packs of mayonnaise for these sandwiches.

Oberta Bacon Jerky would also be great to add to any dish in which you would like to add the wonderful taste of bacon. Thanks and have fun!

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $3.99

Your Review

Where to Buy

Help support this site by making your next gear purchase through one of the links above. Click a link, buy what you need, and the seller will contribute a portion of the purchase price to support Trailspace's independent gear reviews.

You May Like

Specs

Price Reviewers Paid: $3.99

Recently on Trailspace

├ůsnes Rabb 68 Review

Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Cork Review

Campingmoon XD-2F Review

Limmer Boots The Lightweight Review

Alfa Free A/P/S GTX Review

Rottefella Xplore Backcountry Off-Track Review