Deer Jerky Discussion

New York City, NY

Hi there!
I am making plans on making a few deer jerky on my camp chef 24, and turned into thinking what the proper temperature might be. I've some deer steaks which have been within the freezer for some time, and want to apply them up (perhaps 1/four" strips). I discovered an excellent recipe on camp cooks web page, but it said to set the temp to 225, which seems a bit excessive. what temperature might you endorse?
Thanks!

New York City, NY

Quote from chris85 :
Hi there!
I am making plans on making a few deer jerky on my camp chef 24, and turned into thinking what the proper temperature might be. I've some deer steaks which have been within the freezer for some time, and want to apply them up (perhaps 1/four" strips). I discovered an excellent recipe on camp cooks web page, but it said to set the temp to 225, which seems a bit excessive. what temperature might you endorse?
Thanks!

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Cleveland,GA/Atlanta, GA(Zone 7b)

Anything 175 or above depending on how long or often you want to monitor the meat. Whatever recipe you use make sure the marinate is high sodium if you plan to preserve it.

New York City, NY

The Best way to make deer jerky are Slice meat into thin pieces and add, garlic powder,Worcestershire sauce, liquid smoke, pepper, onion powder and salt. The maximum temperature for deer jerky is 160 degree. You can make this perfectly at this temperature.
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