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    Ok so I did a quick rinse in cold water pat dry added some fresh ground black pepper and some red pepper flakes.



    In the smoker with heat only to start. Will add smoke in a hour or two.
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    Notice the shine on the meat its a glaze from the brown sugar that was in the brine.

    I got about 2 1/2 racks from that 4.5 lbs eye of round. My smoker will hold about 5 lbs jerky on 3 racks.
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    Did my 200+ degrees for about 35/40 minutes.
    Smoke goes on next.

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    Sneak peak.


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    Moisture level is almost perfect. Flavor is great. If I changed anything it would be rinse longer to get the salt level down a little more. Its good beer drinking jerky but the wife prefers less salt so rinse this stuff real good when it comes out of the brine.




    Cut with scissors to serving size.

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    That looks like a good hunting treat right there I am in a smoking mood might have to do some real soon what did that meat run price wise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    That looks like a good hunting treat right there I am in a smoking mood might have to do some real soon what did that meat run price wise?

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    I got that eye of round for $19.00
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    Ahh, I followed suit, and made jerky Friday and Saturday.
    Beef was eye of round, had only a little fat to trim off. 2.99 a pound. Got about six pounds.
    Half or so went with the Bueno Hot red chile powder, came out great..
    Last half, I decided to experiment. Took a bottle of wistishire sauce, and a bunch of salt and pepper, plus whatever red chile was left from my sprinkling and marinaded the rest of the beef, while the red dehydrated.
    MAN, that shit is crazy salty, gotta rub some of the mix off, just to eat it. (next time I will rinse it, and pat dry like the HAWG does.
    Just counted, I have nine bags of red, and six bags of salty. I sell them at work, 2 ounces for 5$.
    looks like 75 dollars, minus the meat and chile, so about $40.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebo View Post
    Ahh, I followed suit, and made jerky Friday and Saturday.
    Beef was eye of round, had only a little fat to trim off. 2.99 a pound. Got about six pounds.
    Half or so went with the Bueno Hot red chile powder, came out great..
    Last half, I decided to experiment. Took a bottle of wistishire sauce, and a bunch of salt and pepper, plus whatever red chile was left from my sprinkling and marinaded the rest of the beef, while the red dehydrated.
    MAN, that shit is crazy salty, gotta rub some of the mix off, just to eat it. (next time I will rinse it, and pat dry like the HAWG does.
    Just counted, I have nine bags of red, and six bags of salty. I sell them at work, 2 ounces for 5$.
    looks like 75 dollars, minus the meat and chile, so about $40.
    You get a better price on the eye of round than I did. Beef prices went up up here for some damn reason...
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