Snack on it as is for a high-protein, low-carb treat.
Add it to salads for a protein boost.
Use it as a topping for pizzas or flatbreads.
Mix it into scrambled eggs or omelets.
Chop it up and add it to sandwiches or wraps.
Use it as a garnish for soups or stews.
Make biltong-wrapped vegetables for a low-carb alternative to spring rolls.
Add it to a cheese board for a savory, meaty option.
Use it as a topping for macaroni and cheese or other pasta dishes.
Mix it into ground beef or turkey to add flavor and protein to burgers or meatballs.
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