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    If jerky were available here I could have a big addiction problem on my hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moon Dragon
    How exactely do you set this up? Diagram please.
    No diagrams, but it's simple to setup. It's like this, but instead of being fancy you just bungie cord some air filters layered with meat in them to a box fan.
    http://www.diyjerky.com/instructions.html

    More detailed explanation.
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/reci..._31151,00.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by PirateJon
    No diagrams, but it's simple to setup. It's like this, but instead of being fancy you just bungie cord some air filters layered with meat in them to a box fan.
    http://www.diyjerky.com/instructions.html

    More detailed explanation.
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/reci..._31151,00.html
    Thanks! I might give that a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PirateJon
    No diagrams, but it's simple to setup. It's like this, but instead of being fancy you just bungie cord some air filters layered with meat in them to a box fan.
    http://www.diyjerky.com/instructions.html

    More detailed explanation.
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/reci..._31151,00.html
    ****!!!! I gotta give that a try, too!!!!!
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    I will have to try home-made jerky. I'm near Chinatown, so I usually get the Chinese jerky. It is a little bit different, there are lots of different flavours, with lots of spicy options. They cut the meat cross-grain too, making big sheets. It is a lot less tough that way.
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    There is a difference between dehydrated mat and acually jerked meat. But the en result i so close that that nobody bothers with know what the difference is.

    Dehydrated meat is just simply meat dried by heat and air movement. This stuff doesn't have the shelf life that true jerked meat does. But is more popular because most of it is only parcially dehydrated and easier to eat. Jerked meat relies alost solely on salt to desicate the meat nd therefor preserve it. That and making it a bastard to chew.
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    The Chinese stuff is definitely the latter. It's not salty and not hard to chew. Roughly translated, it is "dried beef" or "dried pork" depending on the variety.
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    This is myth that jerky goods are fit to lose the weight. But we should keep in mind that such types of the goods can be harmful for the health. We should avoid to use such goods.

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    Seems like your chances of getting cancer are pretty high regardless of weather or not you consume corn fed beef. With such a high overall risk factor anyways I would say that you should go ahead and consume whatever you want
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    Its not just how many calories, its just as much the type of food you consume. That why "diet foods" only work to a certain point (processed, salt, fillers etc). Whole natural foods work much better for lasting weight loss. Jerky is ok, if you find the right jerky. if its sold in big box stores, stay away from it (except as a nice little snack every so often-I love jerky) Most is full of suger's. As was suggested, make your own. Go and buy lean turkey burger and make jerky patties. Season, not marinate (except a little bit for mild flavor). Also try deer. If you hunt it can be cost effective.

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