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By highway
#301458
this will be my 1st time at making jerky, so my question is how do I know when it is fully done in the dehydrator?
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By Anthony
#301484
I err on the side of caution and get mine really dry, then bag and keep in freezer. I believe a certain amount of moisture is ok but I get nervous when its flexible.

Sorry I cant be of any better assistance. Use very thin very even slices so that all dry even and within a similar time frame (I am sure you knew this though)
By Big JohnP
#301494
Check some of these sites, it depends on the type of meat and the dehydrator models, heat or heat and blower. I make mine in the oven with the door cracked open at 165° rotating the trays for 6-7 hours or in the smoker in the back yard.

https://www.google.ca/search?q=how+long ... u+leave+je

I would prefer to dry them enough so that they do not break but when you bend them, it shows a mark where they were bent. Always better to be safe than sorry.
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By dbaxter
#301568
This is the best thing to use for making jerky. You use ground venison. VERY fast & simple! :D
http://www.amazon.com/Weston-37-0101-W-Original-Jerky-Gun/dp/B000WZJOQY

David
By scdeerslayer
#301616
A jerky gun is cool and I have one because my ground meat wouldn't get used otherwise, however nothing beats sliced jerky.
By Big JohnP
#301633
I also have the LEM jerky cannon for making ground meat jerky. It aqlso gets used for snacking sticks and pepperettes. I love anything jerky......... :mrgreen:
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