Hey Neo-Rayden, I know two stores who sell the Mexican product, beef jerky. One is on Main Street in Indiana Harbor, and a store next to the Casa Blanca resturante, on Indianapolis Blvd., in East Chicago. You may want to get some of their samples of BJ, they are the experts on BJ. By the way, beef jerky is a native, Mexican product. When the illegals from the US was sneaking across the Mexican border into Tejas(Texas), they saw the Mexicans drying strips of beef, and saving them for later, and carried the dry beef pieces in their saddles when they rode off. The American illegals, simply just copied it, and now it is called beef jerky, in memory of the jerks who came from the US into Mexico with the intent to steal Mexcian land, which in the end they did. BTW, the so-called American cowboy heritage is ALL Mexican, ya know, rodeo, lasso, rancho, even the very name of cowboy is Mexican, vaquero, cowboy. So keep on selling the Mexican product, beef jerky, and don't forget to visit the stores I mentioned, and that you wanted to know about.
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