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Thread: meat dryer , making beef jerky

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    meat dryer , making beef jerky

    hi all , so my wife has asked for her birthday a meat dehumidifier to make beef jerky ... who here does it ? whats the out lay , ... what do I need to get ? is there other threads that have already been started that I missed ? ....
    cheers for any help , I have looked on google , and trade me , ... but would like a little advice first
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    There is a few recipes in the cooking section.

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    Iv got an old sunbeam one. Works mint. Search venison jerky on google with dehydrator in the subject field. Heaps of sites.
    I do a recipe of soy. Onion powder. Worcester
    Paprika and brown sugar
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    My oven goes down to 40c so I cut meat up and put it in a dry rub in the morning then put it in oven the next night and cook it for about 6 hours or so.

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    try and find one of these,
    old but good



    or if ya really serious buil one of these
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    there is a biltong recipe on here somewhere

    just make a drying box from plywood with a lightbulb in the bottom, and an angled drip try.

    use silverside, makes the best biltong
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebf View Post
    there is a biltong recipe on here somewhere

    just make a drying box from plywood with a lightbulb in the bottom, and an angled drip try.

    use silverside, makes the best biltong
    With the silver sinue trimmed off i take it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    With the silver sinue trimmed off i take it?
    Er, yup - unless you like chewy biltong

    Silverside does not have a lot of fat on it, some folks prefer some fat on their biltong...
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    Agree completely. Silverside is the best cut for this
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