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    Get some meat ...road kill or

    go shoot something preferably any deer of sorts and try this

    simple recipe after years of trials this is the best I have found. Not to hot just a nice tang to the taste. I do use Sweet and sour sometimes instead of hot sauce.

    Jerky ; 40 pounds of meat
    ½ cup Srtiracha HOT sauce
    ½ cup French’s Worcestershire sauce
    3 Colgin Liquid Smoke 4 fl oz
    ½ cup Garlic powder
    1 gal Soy Sauce

    All meat is sliced ¼ inch thick,
    I put this in a 5 gal plastic bucket, set in Fridge for 2 days.
    Dehydrate at 125 or low for about 30 hrs

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    what about oven use instead of the dehydrator?
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    Dave --does this mean 3 bottles of Colgin Liquid Smoke 4 fl oz?

    that seems like a lot of liquid smoke.

    Wonder what I could sub for the liquid smoke -- not real fond of liquid smoke and it really does not like me...
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    Use 2 bottle then. It's the taste that it gives.

    Oven would work great too. Just set the meat on the racks and let the pilot light do the work. Check it after 15 hrs.

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    no pilot lights in electric ovens...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Noren View Post
    no pilot lights in electric ovens...
    I use one of these Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	39869 Great for smoking fish too And with it you don't need the liquid smoke. I like apple or misquite.
    Last edited by Don Baer; 12-04-2009 at 12:18 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post
    I use one of these Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	39869 Great for smoking fish too And with it you don't need the liquid smoke. I like apple or misquite.
    And use your moisture meter, When the % moisture drops below 5% it's done. There now this is an official woodworking thread..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hawksford View Post
    Oven would work great too. Just set the meat on the racks and let the pilot light do the work. Check it after 15 hrs.
    you can also hang the meat on toothpicks from the racks. I have done that many times and works well and expands the amount you can dehydrate at one time. You just have to check you oven to make sure it can be set at 125 degrees, some ovens do not have that low of a setting.

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    Tom nice way to slip some wood in with the tooth pic's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hawksford View Post
    go shoot something preferably any deer of sorts and try this

    simple recipe after years of trials this is the best I have found. Not to hot just a nice tang to the taste. I do use Sweet and sour sometimes instead of hot sauce.

    Jerky ; 40 pounds of meat
    ½ cup Srtiracha HOT sauce
    ½ cup French’s Worcestershire sauce
    3 Colgin Liquid Smoke 4 fl oz
    ½ cup Garlic powder
    1 gal Soy Sauce

    All meat is sliced ¼ inch thick,
    I put this in a 5 gal plastic bucket, set in Fridge for 2 days.
    Dehydrate at 125 or low for about 30 hrs
    How do you get a 5 gallon buckent in your fridge...
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