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Beef jerky recipes or places to find good ones?

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Beef jerky recipes or places to find good ones?
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>>8417788
Google
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>>8417937
>Drinking from the filter bubble.
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>>8417788
Google
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Certain gas stations in small towns will sell you classic jerky.

If you want to make your own ypu may need a smoker.
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>>8417788
In it's elementary form, it's salted thin (1/8") lean strips of red meat dried to a point of firmness where you can bend it without breaking. You can expand on it by adding garlic, dried pepper and other spices. You can also marinade it in a liquid spiced saline solution. How do you dry it? Ideally hung on racks in a clean, sunny, air protected from insects. As an alternative, an oven set at it's lowest temperature or a smoker set at 140F.
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>>8419973
I got a dehydrator for Christmas so I am using that and looking for tasty recipes, I also grow a lot of different variations of chilies so looking for a nice recipe to match various habaneros/bhut jolokias/birds eyes and trinidads.

>>8420240
I live in Australia in the tropics, extremely humid so unfortunately dry hanging doesn't work, I had to resort to getting a dehydrator.

The last batch I marinated in generic chili powder, Worcester sauce, chili flakes, cumin, garlic powder, water and some other spices I have forgotten.
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>>8420296
>in a humid envronment.

I live in the US south so I understand. But I would use true chili powder like ancho or chipotle and skip the cumin. I like to keep these kind of things simple, because the flavor should really be the meat. I would also do a half and half soy sauce worcestiershire sauce if I were to do a wet marinade. But truthfully, I prefer a dry salting.
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