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The flavor of this jerky is overall pleasant, and while the taste of the seasonings is nice, you can still taste the flavor of the beef. The use of allspice as a flavoring agent is different from most jerkies that I eat; however, I did enjoy it, as this product did not go overboard with it. The meat is tender and chewy, a bit more chewy than I prefer actually. At $8 for 2 oz, this is definitely on the pricier end for jerky, but the beef is grass fed and the flavor of the meat really comes through. The problem with chewier jerkies is the fat doesn't render as well, and I had a large piece of fat on one of the pieces of jerky, which was off-putting when I tried to eat it. This was only one piece out of the whole bag though, the rest of the bag was mostly fat free.
Title says it all. The grip on it is unbeatable. Mikasa knows how to make an outstanding volleyball. Well worth the price.
This is my new favorite coffee and tea infuser, being much more portable than others that I've used. Unlike my previous favorite infusers--the MSR MugMate and the larger, identical Finum Brewing Basket (both excellent brewers, BTW)--the Primula Brew Buddy folds completely flat and is less subject to being deformed or damaged by being crushed, although the mesh "bag" needs to be protected from being torn by sharp objects. The mesh is also finer than that on the MSR and Finum, so there is less sediment in the final brew, although there is a small amount of fine "mud" at the bottom of the mug by the time I get to that last bit... I don't mind this very much as I am not the coffee connoisseur that some are--my main attraction to portable brewers/infusers is for the convenience of brewing my own flavorful coffee and tea, both in civilization and while in the back country, and for this the Primula Brew Buddy is excellent, IMO. For you hikers/backpackers out there, the mesh bag part of this infuser will fit perfectly into the mouth of a Nalgene widemouth bottle for straining debris from water to be filtered and/or coffee grounds from a pot of "cowboy coffee," in addition to being perfect for infusing coffee/tea in the majority of cups and mugs, and ultralight pots and kettles; it will store very snugly inside an MSR Titan Kettle, but NOT the GSI Halulite kettle without some trimming/alteration on a belt sander... Reference measurements I wanted before buying, but couldn't find, include: Disk width: 4 1/2"; mesh width at disk: 2 1/8"; mesh depth, below disk: 3"; weight: 1.1 oz./32 grams.
I used this book and the Peterson book to review for the PCAT. The Peterson was overall a better purchase (more review, longer, more practice tests, cheaper.. the list goes on) but this book was a great place to start. It really helped me familiarize myself with the test structure and covered all the basics (just not in as good of depth as the Peterson review).
These check registers are not what I really wanted but they will do. I gave them to someone else who isn't as meticulous as I am about check registers.
Just dance is awesome as always. I'm not a big fan of top 40 songs or pop in general, but dancing to them is the best. I would say that the songs on this one aren't as great as 2014, but they're definitely more interactive. Dancers pick each other up, etc.
This works so well. Nothing else tried has come close. The smell is a little off putting at first but it will grow on you.