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#6822366 - 07/14/17 08:38 AM Tenderized steaks for jerky?
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I have some tenderized ham steaks leftover, anyone ever smoke or dry them for jerky (venison)?

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#6822632 - 07/14/17 12:40 PM Re: Tenderized steaks for jerky? [Re: ETexas Hunter]
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Never done it but I can't see why it wouldn't work. I'll bet it comes out good.
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#6822635 - 07/14/17 12:49 PM Re: Tenderized steaks for jerky? [Re: ETexas Hunter]
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I've never used tenderized meat but have used both ham steaks and backstrap (cut 1/4" thick). Marinated a few days and dehydrated and it was fantastic jerky.

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#6822761 - 07/14/17 02:49 PM Re: Tenderized steaks for jerky? [Re: ETexas Hunter]
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Thanks!

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#6825923 - 07/18/17 07:12 AM Re: Tenderized steaks for jerky? [Re: ETexas Hunter]
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I didn't see this earlier, but I've made jerky from tenderized round steak. Worked pretty well. I still pounded the steaks to get them thinner, since they were close to 1/2" thick. I smoked at 180-degrees with pecan. I was happy with the result.

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