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    Jerky recipes

    Hey guys, bought myself a dehydrator for making jerky. Will start out with beef but want to get my hand on some venison too.
    Anybody else making their own jerky and want to share some recipes for marinade and tips on making some kick ass jerky?
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    Mmm ass jerky

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    good stuff love Jerky do can yo put a pic of the dehydrator if possible
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    surely Kallen will have a few recipes
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    Christmas ham works a treat as well. Anything you use, half freeze the meet so you can cut nice thin slices easily
    I just marinade the meat in any sauce I like for 24hrs...mostly chili of course..lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    good stuff love Jerky do can yo put a pic of the dehydrator if possible
    Just a sunbeam dehydrator, I'm waiting on delivery now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nisshead View Post
    Christmas ham works a treat as well. Anything you use, half freeze the meet so you can cut nice thin slices easily
    I just marinade the meat in any sauce I like for 24hrs...mostly chili of course..lol
    Mum makes a wicked Worcestershire sauce and I've got bottles and bottles of it so I'll use a fair bit of that I reckon

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    Maybe get yourself a sushimi knife
    boy can you cut thin slices with those knives,
    come in left and right handed

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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    Maybe get yourself a sushimi knife
    boy can you cut thin slices with those knives,
    come in left and right handed

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Teruhide-...8AAOSweW5VPf83
    I'll just do what Krisso said and partly freeze the meat so it is easy to slice.

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