Primal Strips - GIVEAWAY!

Quite awhile ago I was approached by Primal Strips to give their product a go. Primal Strips are a vegan, meat-free jerky made from soy, seitan, and shitake mushroom. Primal Strips all have around 100 calories packed with protein (~10g each) and little fat (97% fat-free). They also do not contain any artificial coloring, no MSG, no preservatives, and are kosher! I have seen these in Whole Foods before, but I normally don't go for vegan jerky. I find that they are all so high in sodium and lack a chewy, pliable texture. But Primal Strips have only 300mg of sodium and have an amazing rich texture that is what you should expect from a jerky.

The 6 flavors:
-Thai Peanut: [Seitan] This was one of my favorites. A very peanut filled taste. Not fake peanut taste, but a true natural, peanut taste. The peanut is paired with basil and spices that make it a great treat in your mouth. Although, it was a tad messier to eat than the others.
-Mesquite Lime: [Seitan] A sweet, light flavor with a little added chili and dill for a nice umph. I flavor left in my mouth was such a nice tang and not over powering.
-Texas BBQ: [Soy - Gluten-free] Sweet and tangy bbq sauce taste, richly spiced. I really enjoyed this flavor and it really was true to a bbq style jerky.
-Teriyaki: [Seitan] A nice asian-infused flavor with soy sauce. It tasted like you were eating a piece of meat flavored with teriyaki sauce. It was delicious
-Hickory Smoked [Soy - Gluten-free] Tasting pretty similar to the texas bbq flavor it did have a nice added smoke that brought it to the next level.
-Hot & Spicy [Shitake Mushrooms] It was hot and spicy. It was mellowed out with seaweed extract and licorice root. I personally did not like this flavor, not because of the heat, but more so because of the seaweed and the texture was a bit different than the others as it was made with my "favorite" food ever, mushrooms. It was less saucy though, so it was easier to eat.

I tended to eat Primal Strips between back-to-back classes that  cut into lunch hours. I was completely satisfied after eating just one strip and felt refreshed to tackle more lecture and notes. My only issue with the Strips were that the packaging was a bit harder to open and sometimes eating them could be messy with the sauce getting all over my fingers. If the company started using the tear back one side of the packaging style that many meat jerky's have, I would be buying these babies left and right for my on-the-go needs.

Delicious flavors, cheap price, high protein, low fat. There is nothing better.

GIVEAWAY: Giving away a set of the 6 flavors to one lucky reader.
  • Post what on-the-go location you would eat your Primal Strips
    • by Friday May 7th 12pm (noon, CST time)
Enter more than once by posting a link to this post on your twitter, tumblr, facebook, etc. Just post a second entry with the link to the location. (no limit to extra entries, only one link per media)

I will pick a winner by a random number generator and post the winner that same weekend.
Good Luck!


Nick said...

At the theatre.


Junghwa said...

looks delllllllllllicious!

Anonymous said...

I would love to try those--I have seen them in the stores but am too cheap to take a chance and sample them, lol! I would eat them on the go to and from work--I bike and when I get to work I am hungry!


Kelly said...

Sweet giveaway! I'd eat 'em at work during a busy day - does that count as on-the-go?

HeyitsBeth said...

Cool! I've only tried like 2 of the flavors, but I loved em. My on-the-go place is at the hospital during my nursing clinicals. We hardly have time for breaks- blah!

Rebecca said...

I would eat them on the bus when travelling to work! Looks tasty.

Julie said...

I would eat them on my breaks at work! Looks good. :)

Anonymous said...

I would eat them while walking to the mail box and waiting to pick up my daughter at school.

Anonymous said...

I tweeted the giveaway. http://twitter.com/adthomas/status/13206565396

Anonymous said...

I posted the giveaway on Facebook book. http://www.facebook.com/liandxp

Anonymous said...

I posted the giveaway on MySpace. http://www.myspace.com/liandxp

Catherine said...

those look really good! I'm always trying to find a way of putting more vegan items into my diet.

Thanks for posting at 2 married foodies!