The Ch’arki is incredibly flavorful with a little bit of spice and a little bit of sweet. I was surprised when I looked at the ingredients and saw so few. I expected there to be a long list of ingredients to equal the flavor the product produces!
The great flavor might also have to do with the process they use to make the Ch’arki. Whatever it is, it is really good!
The lamb flavor comes through subtly and is not overpowering at all!
I eat one Ch'arki jerky every morning. Packed with protein. Feeling good!!!!
It can be hard to come by gluten free snacks that aren't heavily processed or filled with bad for you ingredients and preservatives. That is why I like this product so much!
The best lamb I've ever had!
I've never heard of gourmet jerky before. This stuff is great!
Hello folks of Ranchline, I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your incredible customer service and second to none products. I recently ordered from Groupon in Santa Fe and quickly received and devoured your great cuts of meat! ...and your customer service is as good as your product. Thanks for all you do.
I live in Montana and grill top-quality meats several times a week, and the Ranchline All Natural lamb was nothing short of outstanding. Tender, juicy -- the whole family thought it was great!
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Lamb meat is a great fit for healthy diets because lamb naturally contains many essential nutrients. On average, lamb is an excellent source of protein, vitamin B12, niacin, zinc, and selenium, and a good source of iron and riboflavin. All of this within an average of 175 calories per 3 ounce serving makes lamb naturally nutrient-rich.
Lamb is a succulent meat that needs minimal preparation to enjoy its delicate flavor. Ranchline All-Natural lamb is raised on family ranches in the United States in a natural environment that consists of open ranges with natural grasses and humane husbandry practices.
On average, a three ounce serving of lamb has only 175 calories and meets the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) definition for lean. According to FDA guidelines, lean meat has less than 10 grams of fat, less than 4.5 grams of saturated fat, and less than 95 milligrams of cholesterol per 100 grams or 3.5 ounces.