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    Duck Jerky

    Anyone tried to make some? Was it any good?

    Got a batch of venison marinating now and was going to try some duck breast in the same marinade.

    Will give it a go anyway but I am curious if anyone has tried it.

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    Tell me how the venison jerky goes! Might just have to take a walk for some meat!


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    Venison jerky is great. The trick is in not completely drying it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Venison jerky is great. The trick is in not completely drying it out.
    This will be my first batch in a new dehydrator so I will have to keep an eye on it.

    Doing a kilo of veny, duck and a bit of homekill beef.



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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    This will be my first batch in a new dehydrator so I will have to keep an eye on it.

    Doing a kilo of veny, duck and a bit of homekill beef.

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    You will need to pour a good long drink to go with that because you will eat it far to quickly.
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    First batch done. Not as spicy as I like but great flavor all the same.

    Duck is actually better than the venison Imo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    First batch done. Not as spicy as I like but great flavor all the same.

    Duck is actually better than the venison Imo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    First batch done. Not as spicy as I like but great flavor all the same.

    Duck is actually better than the venison Imo.


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    I think this needs to be impartially reviewed, you send me some for testing, I'll PM my address
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    In a blind taste test of sorts the dozen or other people that tried it today prefer the duck😆

    It turned out more savoury than spicy or sweet. I will make a spicier batch next lot.

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    I like to use the Masterfoods teryaki marinade for venison jerky , although the red wine and garlic one is ok too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by muzza View Post
    I like to use the Masterfoods teryaki marinade for venison jerky , although the red wine and garlic one is ok too.
    Is that all you use? Simple is better in my book. I think I had way too much going on and it killed my spices. It turned out good going by everyone that tried it, but I reckon I have had better out of a packet.

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    Dad's got a bunch of duck breasts for me to pick up and I'm gonna try this one: Duck or Goose Jerky Recipe

 

 

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