Beef jerky

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I did a bag with teriyaki seasoning and a bag of bulgogi seasoning. Both where a sauce. Probably the best tasting I’ve done so far when it comes to jerky. 4.5 hours on smoke boost. Still have a few more pieces to do tomorrow, as I couldn’t fit any more on the pans I have.
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What kind of meat did you use? That looks so goooooood!
 
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I used a meat slicing knife. The kind that’s long, and has a rounded tip. I bought center cut round, at Costco.
 

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Was the round totally thawed? I know some people use semi- frozen meat just to get thinner slices.
 
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Was the round totally thawed? I know some people use semi- frozen meat just to get thinner slices.
Yes it was thawed. I’ve done it both ways, and IMO, it doesn’t make a difference if your using a knife.
 
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