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    Posted: January 18 2006 at 12:44pm
read in a book- lucifer's hammer  i think, guy couldn't find much in can goods, opted for meat.  he cut it paper thin, marinated in worstishire sp?, then dried it in oven on lowest setting. is this feasible ? if power fails i would hate to loose my freezer.  do not have any equipment except a gas stove. can someone help me with this ?  thanks
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Yes, I would be interested in this very much. BTW, Lucifer's Hammer is one
of my favorite books! Rocky
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This seems like a good site with a lot of info and recipes:

http://www.leeners.com/jerkyrecipes.html


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