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Buffering
02-13-2007, 17:42
I've got this thing for beef jerky. The kind where the smoke flavor comes from being smoked instead of being in liquid form.

I'm always on the lookout for good jerky - just ordered a bunch from Tillamook and before that The Jerky Hut.

Brands I don't like are Oberto or Jack Link. Bridgeford and the new Slim Jim aren't bad but are OK in a pinch.

I like old fashioned smoked jerky and beef/pepperoni sticks but not the kind that ooze fat when you take them out of the vacuum pack.

Internet companies or mail order, I'll take all your recommendations.

noway
02-13-2007, 22:56
hint: make your own ;)

Once you seasoned and dried your own you'll never go back to store bought or commercial sources. Try all lean beef or elk for a good taste and texture.

You can also find alot of jekry aficionados that do a good job also ;)

jawjaboy
02-15-2007, 17:22
I do agree noway. Been doin' longer than I care to remember! :thumbsup: These are mighty fine machines here:

http://www.excaliburdehydrator.com/

CaptKrunch
02-15-2007, 17:27
http://www.montanajerkyco.com/
Try them , I wasn't a big jerky fan until someone gave me a sample of theirs.Now I'm hooked.

noway
02-15-2007, 17:50
Hey not to hijack but that sml 4 & 5 trays do they work pretty good? I could use something like that for peppers?


Right now I'm averaging 2-3 weeks hanging by the window for drying some pepper up, I could double duty this excalibur ( starter kit ) and crank out some jerky also.

Michael Dean
02-16-2007, 14:48
The Beef Jerky Emporium (http://www.tbje.com/)

Here is a link to a Jerky store here in Oklahoma City, that does mail order. They also carry a large line of hot pepper items.

The Pontificator
02-17-2007, 17:30
www.trailsbest.com

I'm a rep :supergrin: