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    Found this online, nay thing different is I use my dehydrator which works awesome.

    5 lbs beef flank steak (I like top round, make sure to trim all the fat)
    2 cups Worcestershire sauce
    1 1/2 cups teriyaki sauce
    3 teaspoons liquid smoke
    1 cup soy sauce
    4 teaspoons onion powder
    2 teaspoons garlic powder
    1 teaspoon cayenne powder
    4 teaspoons black pepper
    1 tablespoon sea salt
    1 1/4 tablespoons red pepper flakes
    4 tablespoons brown sugar
    2 tablespoons honey
    1 tablespoon maple syrup
    3 bamboo skewers
    aluminum foil


    Directions:


    Flash freeze beef for 20 minutes on cookie sheet during ingredient mixture. Mix ingredients in extra large bowl with whisk until completely blended. If beef is more than one inch thick, slice across to create equal thickness. Cut beef between 1/8 - 1/ 4 inch thick slices, in addition to trimming as much fat off the meat as possible. Incorporate beef into ingredients to cover. Marinate beef overnight. Pat dry beef slices and skewer beef onto bamboo, ensuring small space between slices for thorough dryness and leaving one inch on each end. Hang beef skewers across oven rack so beef hangs freely. Cover entire oven rack with skewers of meat. Place aluminum foil on oven rack #2 at very bottom of oven to help catch drippings. Set oven to lowest temperature (170 degrees in my case) and leave door ajar on hinge, letting beef sit for approximately 5-6 hours or until dry. Check beef a few times throughout to ensure it is not actually baking, but simply drying out. Once finished, Let beef skewers rest for 10 minutes after drying, and then remove skewers from oven rack and let sit on tray until cool. Remove beef strips from skewers and store them in an airtight container.

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    If doing in the dehydrator do you need to skewer the beef, or just lay it flat on the trays? we have a 16tray dehydrator (cabalas i think looks like wine cooler) so i could hang in there but thinking just lay flat? Also mine would be deer jerky!

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    I lay mine flat on the trays. Haven't had deer jerky I don't think. I tried alligator once years ago, it was good. @jlcox24

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    My husband is an avid Hunter proably 60% of the meat we eat is deer! It's organic no steroids and so much healthier!! It wasn't a hard transition for me since my dad Hunts as well so I grew up eating some of the cuts of deer meat as well! IN NC the deer are small at least in the coastal part where we live, so pretty much you can take 6deer and then apply for more tags, needless to say our freezer is pretty stocked through the year, i'm now down to my last pkgs of burger so it's a good thing the season is about to begin!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlcox24 View Post
    My husband is an avid Hunter proably 60% of the meat we eat is deer! It's organic no steroids and so much healthier!! It wasn't a hard transition for me since my dad Hunts as well so I grew up eating some of the cuts of deer meat as well! IN NC the deer are small at least in the coastal part where we live, so pretty much you can take 6deer and then apply for more tags, needless to say our freezer is pretty stocked through the year, i'm now down to my last pkgs of burger so it's a good thing the season is about to begin!!!
    That's cool. I agree, much healthier hunting or raising your own meat. I had deer back when I was young but can't remember how I liked it. Think it was a burger my dad had actually. Welcome to ttr also.

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