Jonathan My GF recently gave me a Weston jerky slicer for my birthday… I see this uses the same frame as the cuber/tenderizer… Is it possible to buy the cuber assembly without rebuying the entire tool?
jramey So the Encapsulated part of that is going to be an issue, the oil is either cottonseed or palm oil and it will dissolve at 130° but without enough moisture to aid it I don’t think it will dissolve fully. I think you will end up with residue from the oil on the surface of your meat. Why are you wanting to use the Encapsulated Citric Acid with jerky? Is it for Cure acceleration or the tang?
Hi there! I am embarking on a good sized jerky job and hoping to use Walton’s seasoning, but would like to purchase and try product before ordering. Is anyone currently working with Teriyaki, Sweet Chipotle, or Colorado seasonings? Would be more than happy to purchase if you are able to mail - esp w/ chopped and ground jerky,
craigrice I agree with Joe on doing the cook cycle first. I would say run the fans with the convection function but since you are going to presumably have the meat sliced very thin and the oven set around 325-350 they shouldn’t need a drying stage.
Joe Hell is a marketers dream, he has never seen the new “toy” he hasn’t wanted to play with right away!
Also, joe I ended up liking the garlic & pepper with the sugar/glycerine a lot more than I would have thought. I did a batch with light bornw sugar and a batch with the glycerine and of the two I think I liked the glycerine more. I also did this on Venison so I knocked out a few tests at once!
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