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Old 03-28-2013, 09:08 PM   #1
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Last weekend I made 45 pounds of venison snack sticks with either cheddar or pepper jack cheese in the smoker. They turned out pretty good.
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Old 03-28-2013, 09:14 PM   #2
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Those look more than pretty good. What would you do different next time? Did you use a pre mix kit for seasoning?
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This is about a third of it vacuum sealed.
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The temp in the smoker got a little hotter than I like. I always try and keep it around 190 but this one got up to 210 for a little bit. I got busy and couldn't check it for about an hour. So, they cooked a little faster than usual but they don't taste any different.
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The temp in the smoker got a little hotter than I like. I always try and keep it around 190 but this one got up to 210 for a little bit. I got busy and couldn't check it for about an hour. So, they cooked a little faster than usual but they don't taste any different.
I saw the wrinkled skin and wondered about that.
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Nice!!!!!!
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Just used a basic LEM snack stick seasoning.
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Man, those look incredible! Yummy...the only time I buy those is at the gun show...would love to learn how to make em.
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Holy......whew! I'd be in heaven with that much of that stuff. I can't stop thinking about it as I sit here with my stomach growling.
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If you lived closer, you could come over and take a package!
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garzanium, they are super easy. If you have a stuffer and a smoker, you can do it. Way too expensive to buy them anywhere.
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garzanium, they are super easy. If you have a stuffer and a smoker, you can do it. Way too expensive to buy them anywhere.
Did you use any pork mixed into the venison? What wood did you use for smoke?
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Old 03-28-2013, 10:23 PM   #13
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I mix in about 25% pork and use hickory wood. I think hickory is the best for the snack sticks.
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