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Mix all ingredients ... pieces of drying jerky, or even ... to fit into a qt. Ziploc bag) Store in a Ziploc bag in the refrigerator for up to 2 months.

Remove all fat from the meat and place in freezer. When it is semi-frozen, cut it into 3/8 to 1/4 inch strips. Meat cut against the grain will be ...

Use 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon of Morton's Tenderquick per 1 pound of meat. Let marinate for 24 hours, pat dry and pepper. Dehydrate at about 123 degrees, ...

You will need ... Professional Food & Jerky Dehydrator that I ... refrigerate. If properly dehydrated they shouldn’t spoil ... dehydrate, less than 12 hours.

In case you ... baking. With all Jerky recipes, cut meat ... degrees. Drying time will take about 3-4 hours in the oven and about 6-8 hours in a dehydrator.

Combine all ingredients except beef. Stir well. Layer sliced beef and marinade in plastic container until all meat is covered. Cover container, ...

Slice meat thin ( a meat slicer works well). Put all jalapeno juice in and cut up a few jalapenos, depending on how hot you want taste ...

Start with several ... will make the jerky spicier and crisper, ... actually get better in a day or two as the moisture content becomes more uniform throughout.

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