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Cook beans in water to cover approximately 1 hour with the salt pork. During the last hour of cooking add the ribs and sausage. About this time, ...

Thaw meat. Mix the above into meat. Mix again every few hours for the next 18 to 24 hours. Then roll out in pan and mark off in one inch strips and ...

3. JERKY
Remove as much ... and thickness of jerky. Open oven ... to be kept for a long period of time. but I double you will be able to leave it alone that long.

Mix marinade, dip each piece of meat in marinade and leave overnight. Heat oven until warm and dry for 8 to 10 hours. Leave door ajar.

Mix ingredients together. I use a glass bowl. Cut round or flank steak into 1/8 or 1/4 inch strips (across the grain). Meat cuts easier if half ...

6. JERKY
Mix thoroughly and leave set in refrigerator in closed containers 3 days. Mix 1 to 2 times a day; day 1 and 2, not day 3. Take it out and pack it ...

Mix all ingredients and marinate meat overnight. Lay marinated strips over oven racks. Cover bottom of oven with foil. Cook at 175 degrees for 4 to 6 ...

8. JERKY
In a quart jar add the above and mix together. Add water to top and stir. Slice meat very thin, about 2/10" thick, then dip meat in jar and drain in ...

Mix together and refrigerate overnight. Roll out on waxed paper and score into strips. Freeze until hard. Place on rack and bake at 150 degrees for 1 ...

Best cuts to ... Marinade overnight. To cure: string one ... cures. When cured, meat will break apart. Store in ziplock bags in freezer. Prepare as above.


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