First Attempt at Homemade Jerky with Dehydrator and Seasoning Mix

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  • Tom's avatar

    Looks like a good start

  • Ferg's avatar

    How did it come out man

  • Brad's avatar

    @Ferg it was terrible! I ate half of one piece and threw it out actually. The seasoning just didn’t pair well with deer. 👎🏻

  • Ferg's avatar

    @Brad yea o temd not to mess with seasoning very much for that reason, scared il waate it. I do use a little though, althoufh not the soak overnight kind, just a dry rub and leave thatt for a while Usually cut bigger pieces as well. 4-5 pieces is enough to take up into the hills or out for the day that way, still eating a steak and burning it off as you go

  • Tom's avatar

    What seasoning was it. For future reference.

  • Brad's avatar

    @Tom it was a premade bass pro shop teriyaki jerky kit the kids got me for Father’s Day.

  • Tom's avatar

    I have been using PS Seasonings brand. Their peppercorn and garlic Jerky blend is outstanding. Specially if you like a little bite in your jerky.

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