Beef jerky

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Hell yeah!! Mail some to California
 

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You have to make sure that you get it dry enough to inhibit the fungi. Or put it in the fridge. Fuzzy jerky is not good.
 
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It’s dry. And it’s going in the fridge shortly
 
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btw I did use the cure that came with the hi mountain seasoning
 

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So I’m launching out to new waters. I’ve always used a food dehydrator. So I’m using the SmokeFire today. Used the hi mountain seasoning, dark beer and a little Worcestershire. Let it set in fridge overnight. 24hours. We shall see...
Can I ask what cut of meat you used?
 
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I think it was London broil. Had to cut a bunch of fatty junk off these ones...but turned out good. I sometimes get top or bottom round
 

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