Food is one of the pillars of survival. Read on and learn the art of making beef jerky. It’s a great way to preserve all that meat you’ve hunted in the wild.
Making Beef Jerky: How to Preserve Meat for Survival What is a Jerky?
Jerky is simply meat that has had all of the moisture drawn out of it. No matter how you make jerky, understand that you are drying the meat, not cooking it. If you dry the meat properly and keep it in a cool, dry place, it will stay good for months. This is perfect for a survival scenario, in which you need a preserved protein source that is easy to pack. Jerky can be made out of virtually any animal you might catch and kill. There are dozens of ways to season and flavor your jerky, so you can make a product perfect for your taste. In this article, I will cover how to make jerky in your home or in a survival scenario.
To prepare your meat for drying, there are a few steps to take. The first is to trim down the meat. This means you must remove as much fat as
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