The Jerky Bible: How to Dry, Cure, and Preserve Beef, Venison, Fish, and Fowl (Paperback)Kate Fiduccia (author)
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There is nothing like savory, chewy jerky to satisfy a hunger craving. This delicious treat has seen a resurgence as more and more people have been returning to the basics and adopting a self-sufficient lifestyle. Not only is homemade jerky much less expensive than the packaged kind, but it's also surprisingly simple to make, and it's much more flavorful. This incredibly hardy food has stood the test of time, and it's not hard to see why-it lasts long, tastes great, and travels well.
In The Jerky Bible, Kate Fiduccia shows you how to create delicious jerky with instructive step-by-step photos that take you through the process. Inside, you'll learn how to utilize more than forty flavorful marinades to create a wide range of flavors including Caribbean marinade, sweet beer marinade, and Apple Valley marinade. In addition, readers will learn how to identify the best cuts for jerky, the process behind preparing it, the different types of equipment available for drying jerky, and how the process has changed over the years. Fiduccia offers a wide range of jerky recipes covering beef, pork, chicken, venison, turkey, game birds, and fish.
Enjoy more than fifty recipes, such as:
Aloha jerkyFast and easy teriyaki jerkyHoney Lola sweet venison jerkyBrian's hot-to-trot venison jerkyOn the range jerky
Skip the junk food and start enjoying this delicious snack today!
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Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 229 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 10 mm