Yaks live at about 10,000 feet to 15,000 feet in altitude. I am at about 8500 feet, so there is plenty of yak available. Some of it is fresh; most of it is dried, similar to beef jerky. It is not widely available in the States, as far as I know. You can sometimes find it in Tibetan restaurants or in packaged products in Asian markets.

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