Traeger Beef Jerky


"Howdy partner. It’s time to saddle up and head on down the dusty trail. Don’t leave the homestead without some sourdough in one saddle bag, and some beef jerky in the other. Ever since man started killing animals and eating them, they’ve been trying to find ways of preserving them. Jerky, which is basically salt-cured dried meat, has been the most popular method forever. Drying it prevents spoilage, and salt curing it pulls the moisture out and prevents bacterial growth."


Preparation Time15 min

Cooking Time5 min

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I do not have one of those Traeger smoker grills, however, I do own a really good food dehydrator. I think the marinade recipe you used looks awesome, so I am going to have to use it the next time I make jerky. I am a huge jerky fan, and people think I'm nuts because I would rather buy a nice batch of steaks and make jerky out of them rather than eating them like steak!


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