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  1. #16
    MiniMe

    Re: beef jerky

    Quote Originally Posted by Felinepeachy
    Does Soy Jerky count?
    Sorry Peach I had to laugh at that one...

  2. #17
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    Dec 2004
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    Re: beef jerky

    Quote Originally Posted by Felinepeachy
    Does Soy Jerky count?
    did i read this right
    hold on im making cookies i think are are burning
    i make them with egg beaters,carob chunks, rice flour,spleenda,and powdered water
    OH GOOD THEY ARE ON FIRE i thought i was going to have to eat them
    All animals are equal, but some are more equal then others. -George Orwell

  3. #18

    Feb 2008
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    Re: beef jerky

    You can also try some 'exotic' types of jerky like fish jerky, lamb jerky, and ostrich jerky. I find that a lot of recipes that work for one type of meat often work for others, with the exception of fish jerky, which i'm really careful about the marinade. Some flavors just don't mix
    Check out The Jerky FAQ at http://www.jerkyfaq.com as they have a lot of recipes for jerky and marinades for all sorts of meats. Venison jerky is great, but i wish they had something about alligator jerky, i've never made it and as I assume it's safe to make, i think it would be cool to try. perhaps use a recipe for poultry or something?

    never tried soy jerky tho, but i assume tofu might work just fine if you wanted to.

  4. #19
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    Gypsyheart~ Queen of Rust

    Nov 2005
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    Re: beef jerky

    Quote Originally Posted by EDDE
    Quote Originally Posted by Felinepeachy
    Does Soy Jerky count?
    did i read this right
    hold on im making cookies i think are are burning
    i make them with egg beaters,carob chunks, rice flour,spleenda,and powdered water
    OH GOOD THEY ARE ON FIRE i thought i was going to have to eat them
    I go a great distance,while some are considering whether they will start today or tomorrow

  5. #20
    us
    May 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by bomber View Post
    anybody make there own?i use flank steak,when it drys its like chewing tree bark,your jaw hurts after a while.jerky and a cold beer...
    Bomber,

    I just found this old tread, so I don't know if you have developed a muscular jaw by now, and your jerky may seem to be more tender. Anyway this is what I learned from a Kickapoo here in Texas.

    You are supposed to tenderize the meat first. The indians used to beat the crap out of it to break the grain of the meat. Now we have a wide variety of hand held meat tenderizers, and there are some crank type which are nice when making a large batch of jerky.

    Then they would dip the strips of tenderized meat in a light salt brine. This would ensure less wasted salt, and an even coat to prevent spoilage.

    Nowadays you can season the meat to your liking, after the brine dip.

    Homar

 

 
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