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post #31 of (permalink) Old 11-13-2013, 05:42 PM
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buy a strap and crap and you're good to go
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Now known as the 'loop and poop'..

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I'm not sure how this thread got derailed to pooping, but it was a nice way to not deal with the crap.
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well Lynn
Its Dougz thread, so if he needs to discuss the aftermath of dehydrating food and consumption, we should lend a hand, er.... I mean suggest a few things to help
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I didn't do nothing, just trying to help thru a shiddy day
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You made my day, that's for sure.. LOL
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I just did strawberries!

Turned out really good.. Holy crap you realize how much water is in fruit!! I used a few baskets and got down to 1/4 of a ziplock freezer bag. Personally, I found it easier to slice em than put them in whole. I don't see this food dehydrator saving me any money... It is fun to use though and at least you control what's in your food

Next!?

Beets and other veggies! Suggestions anyone?
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On another note if you want bison in bulk check out HK bison ranch in fort St. John (250- 785-5794 ) I got a 1/4 from them at $4 per pound. Oh, and it's certified organic and it's amazing!!
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So Doug, how did the jerky turn out?

I'm house sitting for my boss right now. He left me a bag of elk jerky he just made in his smoker. He used thin sliced elk steaks and Cabelas "jerky juice" for flavoring, then smoked it until the meat was dry.

He wasn't a fan of the taste, but he brought it into work and everyone else liked it. I've got orders to finish the bag up for him, and that isn't going to be a problem.

If anyone else is looking to make jerky, I would stay away from liquid smoke. That crap is terrible, and tastes nothing like a real smoker. You would be much better off to put the grill on the lowest setting and put a hand full of wood chips in tin foil with a few holes poked in the top.
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