Analogous to beef jerky, turkey jerky is dried strips of turkey. It is wonderfully delicious, but somewhat expensive and very hard to find. The only place I have ever seen (and bought) it was at a duty free/hors taxes store on the Quebec/US border on a school trip. It was about ten US dollars, but worth every penny. I think it was Oberto brand, but the package has long since ended up in the Johnston landfill. They claim that the jerky has high protien and low fat, but again, I don't have the package to confirm this.

Like beef jerky, turkey jerky is very tough to bite and chew, but I've found that it's best to let it sit in your mouth as you absorb the flavor (kept fresh by one of those little oxygen absorber packets). Great for long bus rides, deep hack mode, etc.