Make a big batch of jerky for long-term storage and snacking

Are you tired of constantly running out of snacks or having to make a trip to the store every time you get a craving? If you love jerky, why not try making your own at home in bulk? Not only will it save you time and money, but you'll also be able to control the ingredients and customize the flavors to your liking.

At MF Jerky, we offer a variety of high-quality beef jerky options that will inspire your homemade creations. From classic flavors like Original and Teriyaki to spicy and savory Garlic and Black Pepper, there's something for everyone. And if you're looking for something a little sweet, we also have a selection of gourmet candy and snack sticks to satisfy your cravings.

Making your own jerky at home is easier than you might think. All you need is a good recipe, the right ingredients, and a way to dehydrate the meat. You can use a dehydrator or your oven, depending on what you have available. If you're using a dehydrator, make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions for the best results. If you're using an oven, you'll need to set it to the lowest possible temperature and prop the door open to allow moisture to escape.

To make a big batch of jerky, start by choosing the right cut of meat. Lean cuts like flank steak, top round, or sirloin work best. Trim away any excess fat and slice the meat against the grain into thin strips. Then, mix up your favorite marinade using a combination of soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and your choice of spices and seasonings. Marinate the meat in the mixture for at least a few hours or overnight for maximum flavor.

Once the meat is marinated, arrange the strips on the racks of your dehydrator or a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Make sure the strips are not touching and there is plenty of space between them to allow for even drying. Dehydrate the jerky according to the recipe's instructions or bake it in the oven for 4-6 hours, depending on the thickness of the meat.

When the jerky is finished, it should be slightly pliable and not brittle. Let it cool completely before storing it in an airtight container. Homemade jerky will keep for several weeks at room temperature or several months in the refrigerator.

So next time you're looking for a convenient, high-protein snack that will last for a long time, try making your own jerky at home. And for all your jerky, candy, snack, and coffee needs, be sure to check out MF Jerky. [] We've got everything you need to make snack time even better!

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