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Beef jerky has been around for generations. It has been made famous, by historical cowboys and those silly Sasquatch commercials. If you refuse to spend excessively for pre-dehydrated jerky, you can easily make your own, with a good dehydrator. In order to do so, you will want to prepare your meat, throw it in your dehydrator, turn the heat to low and allow it to dehydrate for a sufficient period of time.


Sounds easy enough, right? Well, not all beef jerky recipes are the same and some can be a little more complicated. Don’t worry though, because you’ll be able to pull it off, with our assistance. Below, you will discover some of the best beef jerky recipes!


How To Store Beef Jerky


Storing the beef jerky properly is essential, if you want it to maintain its delicious flavor. Beef jerky can easily be stored for a lengthy period of time or on a short-term basis, as long as it is done properly. The easiest ways to store the beef jerky will be listed below for your consideration.


Zip Lock/Paper Bags – If you wish to store the edibles for a short period of time, zip lock bags will suffice. The bag will be able to prevent the jerky from spoiling for 3 to 4 weeks in most cases.


Mason Jar – Those that want to store the foods for a lengthier period of time will want to opt for mason jars. Once you’ve gotten your beef jerky dehydrated, you will want to throw it into the jars and secure the lids tightly. Heating the jars and allowing them to cool at room temperature can help to create a vacuum seal, which will preserve the jerky for an extensive period of time.


Vacuum Sealers – If you truly wish to store the jerky for a lengthier period of time, you will want to invest in a vacuum sealer. Although they’re a little costly, they’ll enhance the longevity of your jerky and other foods significantly.


Regardless of which option you decide to use, you should make sure to keep your jerky away from the moisture and air!