How is The Carnivore Bar different from pemmican?
- Better texture, like a crunchy granola bar made of meat.
- Shelf Stable with a higher quality preservation of nutrients.
- Solid and bar form at room temperature (not soft). And therefore not a mess!
Ultimately we are not sad we are getting this question a lot. Pemmican is great and is a terrific 16th century food. We are trying to modernize and bring the same idea up to date with better processing and care. So you can have ancient nutrition with the convenience of modern life.
What's in each bar?
Beef, tallow, and (optional) salt. A lot of meat gets condensed into each bar. Each bar contains the equivalent of an 6oz Ribeye steak with 80 percent of the calories from fat and 20 percent of the calories from protein. So basically a steak you can put in your pocket and take with you anywhere.
Each bar is slightly more protein than fat by volume, giving the bar a delightful crunch that we've engineered mechanically, without having to add anything chemical or unnatural that might upset our digestion.
The weight of each bar is roughly 56 grams, making it approximately 400 calories per bar.
What is the average internal temperature the beef reaches during manufacturing?
The internal temperature we reach during the cooking process is 160°F - 170°F. (71°C - 77°C.)
145°F is the minimum temperature required by USDA. We want to have a healthy margin, but we don't want to bake all the vitamins out of the bar either.
This high heat also enables us to deliver an exceptional shelf life.
What if my bars are melted?
First and foremost, the bars are still good! They are shelf-stable and are still perfectly edible even though they may have changed a bit in shape. We recommend putting them in the refrigerator overnight, this will cause then to re-harden!
Do you ship to my country?
We're going to work with customs for any country where we have supporters. We're going to do our best to get these bars to you no matter what country you live in.
Please be aware that if there are any fees in your country for receiving international packages, you are responsible for paying those on the receiving end.
Some countries may allow us to ship in the grass-fed version, but not the grain-fed version of the bar, depending on regulations in your country, so orders outside of the U.S. may be limited to the grass-fed version of the bar.