Now that I’m done being pregnant (for good) and a mother of two, I’m way more focused on my health and fitness levels. I need to be healthy for myself and to be a good role model to my children. I need to be in shape to keep up with them! With that being said, I’ve been trying new foods and exercises a lot lately! I was recently approached by Lorissa’s Kitchen to try their meat snacks. In today’s post, I’m going to share my opinions on the 4 different LK flavors.
Funny story before we begin with the review.
I was a vegetarian for 10+ years before I had Baby E. Occasionally I think about doing it again… especially lately. Anyways, I had never really had beef or beef jerky until this week! So this is my first time in a long time eating beef or pork and I’m excited to say that it was actually pretty good! Also, the labels brag that their animals are allowed to interact and socialize in a spacious setting! So I hope that I’m eating happy meats.
After researching all of them, I can say that all have minimal ingredients, gluten free, and no preservatives, They do, however, have some cane sugar in the ingredients.
1. Szechuan Peppercorn
For someone who never ate beef before, I absolutely LOVED this flavor! This 100 percent grass fed and hormone free beef has an incredible amount of flavor. Thanks to the peppercorn that makes it nice and spicy.
It has 10 grams of protein, 7 grams of carbs (sugar), and 1 gram of fat per serving (1 oz- a little less than half of the container).
2. Sweet Chili (Pork)
This flavor was a little bit more tough than the first option but it remains to be my second favorite. I wasn’t sure if I even liked pork but these are nice and sweet. I was expecting them to be spicier. Instead, they have a very mild spice which is still great.
3. Korean Barbeque
This actually ties for my second choice. It’s extremely juicy. I almost didn’t stop eating it! It contains soy sauce (soy) which I think is what makes it so juicy.
This package has 10 grams of protein, 7 grams of carbs (sugar), and 1 gram of fat per serving.
4. Ginger Teriyaki
I thought that I would like this one the most because I prefer chicken. Unfortunately it’s not as flavorful as the other options. It’s still really good, just more tame.
Overall, would you recommend Lorissa’s Kitchen meat snacks?
Even though I got to try the products for free, I would definitely purchase them on my own! The only downfall is the sugar that it is in the product (since I’m trying to eat way less sugar) but fortunately it’s such a small amount that it doesn’t wreck anything!