|An old Alexander cutting wheel is in use for the slicing of the biltong.|
|The basic spicing is a dramatic blend of vinegar, salt, sugar, coriander and other spices. These were in abundance in the then Cape Colony, as the French Huguenots produced wine and vinegar from their grape crops supporting seafarers from Europe who made the Cape of Good Hope (Cape Town) their halfway stop on the spice route to the Far East and the colony was the halfway stop for seafarers plying the spice routes of the East.|
|A model also use to cut biltong and it is called a "biltongkerwer"|
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