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air fryer/dehydrator #7652850 11/05/19 05:31 PM
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has anyone used and air fryer to make their deer jerky.

Re: air fryer/dehydrator [Re: jr22dad] #7652963 11/05/19 06:59 PM
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I don’t think that would work so well. Seems that the air fryer would just cook the meat until it a dry and burnt.

Re: air fryer/dehydrator [Re: pegasaurus] #7653011 11/05/19 07:44 PM
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Originally Posted by pegasaurus
I don’t think that would work so well. Seems that the air fryer would just cook the meat until it a dry and burnt.


I get that part, but some of them have a dehydrator built in them also. Wondered if the extra cost would be worth having the fryer or just getting a dedicated dehydrator. Sorry I didn't ask the question properly.

Re: air fryer/dehydrator [Re: jr22dad] #7653014 11/05/19 07:48 PM
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Do they even make an air fryer large enough to make it worth your time to make a decent amount of jerky?

Re: air fryer/dehydrator [Re: Herbie Hancock] #7653235 11/05/19 11:38 PM
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Thats kind of why I was asking if anyone had done it before. I realy dont know. Was curious

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