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Re: jerky


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Posted by Jackitup on October 19, 2011 at 21:14:45:

In Reply to: jerky posted by Tn Hank on October 19, 2011 at 15:49:46:

That would be a good way to go because jerky is VERY easily over smoked. An hour or so is all you need for smoke on jerky, then it's just drying to desired texture. And STILL vac pack and freeze/fridge after done. It's not bullet proof like the store bought stuff and even that will go rancid/moldy after awhile.
Jon


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