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Old 02-13-2019, 11:08 PM   #1
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Decided to make some jerky on the Yoder. Cooked at 175 for a couple of hours, then bumped up to 200 to finish. Some of the best jerky I have made.

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That looks really good! It makes me want to make some myself.
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Fantastic Josh.
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Looks really good!



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Looks awesome!
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Looks good! I need to make some of that too!
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Good.
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Store had rump roast on sale. You can use any lean meat though.
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Looks great, what recipe/techniques do you use?
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Looks great, what recipe/techniques do you use?
It varies each time. My basic marinade is 1 part soy sauce, 2 parts worcetershire sauce, 2 parts hot sauce. Then add the seasonings, this is where you can get creative. The basics are onion powder, garlic powder, chili powder, cayenne, black pepper, and coriander.
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