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    Default Article: How to Make Jerky- Step By Step

    How to make beef or venison jerky at home using an oven

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    Any idea how long this would take in the oven to dry, and at what temp? my oven will only go to 175(i think maybe 170)... and now i really want homemade jerky, it will be late june before i am able to buy my excaliber

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    Mechelle, Arrange strips of meat close together, but not overlapping directly on oven rack or on cake racks set in shallow rimmed baking pans, bake until done in 250 degree oven (4 to 6 hours).

    you can check cooks.com for any variation of these steps. have fun and let me know how it turned out...

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    Oven Drying:
    Carefully arrange the seasoned meat strips onto a cooling rack, leaving a bit of space between each piece of meat to allow for air flow. Set the oven to 150-165F, be sure that the oven maintains this temperature (use an oven thermometer) as the meat can spoil if the temperature drops too much. If using this method, we highly recommend using a drip tray to catch the drippings as it can/will make a mess of your oven otherwise. This method takes approximately 10-12 hours to dry the meat.

    If your oven doesn't go low enough, you can actually prop open the oven door.

    Source: Budget101.com - - How to Dry Meats | How to make your own Jerky

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    After the jerky has been dried, how long will it keep? I'm assuming it is best to keep it refrigerated.

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    Have to try this it looks great. Thank you for the recipe.

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    A solution to my boyfriends jerky addiction!!! so trying this out after the next grocery shop

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    I will have to start doing this again. I absolutely love beef jerky and use to make it all the time. Now that I cant work I have to start looking at ways to save.
    Today instead of throwing out a bunch of vege's I wasnt going to use I made broth. And the strained veges are a treat for the chickens.
    I'm buying cheap cuts of meat and putting them in the crock-pot, its better than expensive cuts! Today was country pork and I had a jar of plum jam I was going throw out and used it on the pork instead. OMG it was good!

 

 
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