Moose Jerky



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Flowermonkey

07/13/2015
20:17:26


That is beautifully lean meat.



Flowermonkey

07/13/2015
20:13:50


Bring dyslexic can be both strange and occasionally alarming. When I thought that the title and subject of this video was MOUSE jerky it was both!
Knowing that it's Bullwinkle and not Mickey in there makes far more sense.



Lazarus

06/30/2015
08:56:02


That looked so fucking good!!! Pardon my french, but damn, I bet it would be great in a big ole steak very rare!!!!! @ justnan, how have you been doing???? You are still in my daily thoughts and prayers! LAZ



JustNan

06/30/2015
00:12:42


Homemade jerky is the best!!



Jarhead

06/29/2015
08:48:54


DanoPCola, it has always been less expensive to make your own jerky. Go shoot your own deer or pronghorn, jerk the meat like Don and Diane described (hang stripped meat with toothpicks from a grate in your oven), make your own outdoor smoker (inexpensive and easily done), or utilize a purchased dehydrator. The seasonings are inexpensive too. The only real cost would be the quality dehydrator, and possibly rifle and tag purchases and the time spent hunting.
Aside from the accomplishment of your first kill, there are very few things in life that are as satisfying as providing your family with fresh, lean meat that's not been tainted with hormones (steroids), antibiotics, &c.



DanoPCola

06/29/2015
02:32:05


Good stuff ! Has gotten cheaper to make your own now.



tommyguns

06/28/2015
06:49:19


A happy family



Cigar

06/27/2015
13:49:11


Shoot!! Take us from start to finish.. BTW can you do a video on smoking?? Thank you for standing up for the truth...



Snoopsister

06/27/2015
13:24:35


I've never had moose, but man, is that stuff lean! Good video - I've always wanted to learn how to make jerky, just the inspiration I need to give it a whirl! Thanks, as always, you guys!



Realvets91

06/27/2015
13:24:11


yummmmmmmm