Additive Conversion Chart
Additives Conversion Chart for 1 lb and 5 lb Meat Batches
Have you ever bought some of Walton's additive, but didn't want to make a full 25 lb batch? Well, we have made things simpler now and you can quickly and easily measure out how much seasoning to use for smaller 1 lb or 5 lb batches. Simply view the chart below for details by product name or SKU. Since additives are generally added in small amounts these measurements are very small, while we provided you with volume measurements, we highly recommend a scale that is able to measure in the fractions of ounces and grams.SeasoningSKUUsage per 1 lb Meat
Volume (Weight)Usage per 5 lb Meat
Volume (Weight)45604300721/3 tspn (.04 oz)1.5 tspn (.25 oz)45705012001 tbsn & 2 tspn (.16oz).5 Cups (0.8 oz)45707100021/2 tspn (.08 oz)3 tspn (0.4 oz)45701300211 tspn (0.1 oz)1 tbspn and 2 tspn (0.5 oz)45707000531 and 1/3 tspn (.16 oz)2 tbspn (0.8 oz)45701300851/2 tspn (.04 oz)2.5 tspn (0.2 oz)45604300301/2 tspn (.08 oz)2 tbspn (0.4 oz)45707001311/20th tspn1/4 tspn45705001103 tspn (.48oz)1/4 Cup & 1 tbspn (2.4 oz)45705011402 tbspn & 2 tspn (.48 oz)3/4 Cup & 1 tbspn & 1 tspn45705008522 tspn (.24 oz)3 tbspn & 1 tspn (1.2 oz)
1. This has been recalculated and corrected to show 1/2 of a Cup for 5 lb. (Return to text)
The only kind of dehydrator I’ve used for snack sticks is a jerky dehydrator. The snack sticks will shrivel just like jerky but maintain the flavor.
I’ll try to upload a pic. The ones on the left are the dehydrated sticks and the ones on the right were slow cooked in an oven.
Has anyone tried to dehydrate snack sticks instead of using a smoker?
Tonight’s dinner is a spatchcocked whole chicken marinated in my fermented chili sauce. Sides of grilled sweet peppers from the garden and rice.