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Jerky help #7669321 11/22/19 02:27 AM
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Im wanting to attempt smoking some jerky this weekend. What do y’all marinate and season with and how long do you smoke and at what temp?

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If you want it simple get a premade kit like cabelas sells. They are really easy and hard to screw up. Temp needs to be 160-180 for the first 3 hours or so then I dial it back to 140ish but I'm using a dehydrator.

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We like the LEM Backwoods HOT jerky mix . It's not hot just has more flavor. Slice/cut jerky to size marinate over night in fridge and cook. Package will make 25 lbs.
Good luck.

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Hi-Mountain Seasonings...Garlic Pepper is excellent and easy.


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Originally Posted by krmitchell
If you want it simple get a premade kit like cabelas sells. They are really easy and hard to screw up. Temp needs to be 160-180 for the first 3 hours or so then I dial it back to 140ish but I'm using a dehydrator.

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