If you are like most people and only buy a pack of biltong now and then, you definitely don’t need a biltong cutter. However, if you have the hobby of making your own biltong or even run a small business selling dried meat, there are several reasons why you should invest in one. Why would you buy a dedicated cutter when you can get the job done with a set of knives? The answer is simple: using a cutter or slicer will make your life better and easier in so many different ways.
Once you’ve built your biltong box, hung your meat, balanced the airflow, and cured it like a pro, how do you take the final hurdle to make delicious biltong? Today we’re taking a deep dive into how to cut biltong like a pro, using knives, manual and electric cutters and other little biltong-making tips and tricks you can use to perfect your biltong flavor experience.