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Old May 15th, 2007, 06:22 PM
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Just though I would start a thread on one of the oldest american snacks from the old west. With all of its perservatives and high sodium content it is still my favorite snack food when on fishing and camping trips and the long drive from hilo to Kona.

What are your favorite brands?

I am also starting this to get information on this particular brand I got when i was in China town in San Francisco. The beef jerky came in a box and was really soft with a teriyaki flavor.

Here in Hilo, George's Meat Market right next door to S. Tokunaga Fishing store makes a mean home made beef jerky.

As for commercial brands,I love almost anything off the shelf except the hard oberto brand.
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Old May 15th, 2007, 06:45 PM
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I make my own jerky: beef, smoked salmon, even spam jerky. My gramps taught me how. Pretty simple, actually, but we have a secret special ingredient that makes it da best!

Of the commercial brands, I don't really have a preference. Got some as a Xmas present from Alaska last year, and it wuz some good grindz. I forget the name, though.

Don't really mind Oberto's, but it's not a favorite.
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I AM a jerky fan, it is the closest thing to a true carnivore chewing gum a person could get, and I love it!

As far as brands, I love those Jack Links commercials but have yet to try the brand its self. Some of the BEST I have had carries no label, or is a local brand.

I too, make my own. The best, or at least my fave, is venison jerky, smoky and spicy. Marinating the meat in bourbon before the drying process is a nice treat too. Also make a habanero, coriander, mango beef that is pretty good.

As stated, very easy to make, and doctor up to make how you like it.
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Old May 15th, 2007, 07:36 PM
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Marco,

Salmon jerkey sounds ono! Spam is pretty interesting too!

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Venison! A meat I used to always get from my Uncles on Lanai who hunted. Your marinade for jerky defintly gourmet, are you on the Food Channel? Jack's Links! I love their Steak Nuggets! Easy to chew and low fat to boot!

Back in the early 90's I once bought one of those dehydrators that were sold on TV. The ones that works with a fan and had layers. It took so much hours just to get a little bit of Jerky. I remember even putting ahi poke in there and making Poke Jerky. Also remember the after effects from that poke jerky and running to the toilet!


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I make my own jerky: beef, smoked salmon, even spam jerky.
Spam jerky ... Wow! That does sound interesting. Gotta try that one day.
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Back in the early 90's I once bought one of those dehydrators that were sold on TV. The ones that works with a fan and had layers. It took so much hours just to get a little bit of Jerky.
A method I prefer, a la Alton Brown, is two air filters, like you would replace it the vent at home, make sure that they are natural, not synthetics, and sandwich the meat in between the two...sounds odd, but works flawlessly, the bungee the two filters containing the future jerky to a box fan, on the "sucking" side and place in an open window. Set the fan on low, 6 hours to overnight and you are done. This method is a dryer process as it uses a large volume, less humid, mass of air to dry. Although, I am sure in HI, humidity is a daily wet down...but either way, in house air tends to be drier then outside.

This method also works GREAT for fruits to make fruit jerky. Just be sure you slice the fruit thin. Mango, banana, and pineapple work great.
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I have nothing informative to add to this thread other than now I NEED to go get some beef jerky. My sister who lives in Northern Colorado these days loooooves deer (Venison) jerky. Anyone ever have homemade deer jerky? Is it as good as she says?

Edit to ask...

What other animals taste good in jerky form?
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I remember one of my hanai uncles long time ago gave me some barbequed moose jerky and ho boy, was that ever ono!!
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I have nothing informative to add to this thread other than now I NEED to go get some beef jerky. My sister who lives in Northern Colorado these days loooooves deer (Venison) jerky. Anyone ever have homemade deer jerky? Is it as good as she says?

Edit to ask...

What other animals taste good in jerky form?
I love turkey jerky, buffalo is pretty tasty and has a nice gamey flavor.

I remember a few years back trying a commercial exotic meats jerky or maybe it was beef sticks? But I remember them being made of Ostritch, Alligator, and a bucnh of other creatures. I havent seen them since?
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Old May 15th, 2007, 08:35 PM
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I just found out what the name of that Beef jerky I got in china town in SF.

It is called Jimmy's Chinese Beef Jerky and is made in of all places Vacouver Canada. This jerky is moist and not really dry. Really good stuff and very different.

Does anyone know if this brand is sold in Honolulu? I will be there this weekend and would like to buy a case of this stuff.
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I just found out what the name of that Beef jerky I got in china town in SF.

It is called Jimmy's Chinese Beef Jerky and is made in of all places Vacouver Canada. This jerky is moist and not really dry. Really good stuff and very different.

Does anyone know if this brand is sold in Honolulu? I will be there this weekend and would like to buy a case of this stuff.
I remember Jimmy's. Everyone in our family who went to SF always brought back a few boxes. Stuff is way too sweet for me, now.

When you come over here, try check out some of the markets in Chinatown, since you going down there for dim sum anyways.

We make our own Korean style flank steak jerky. We just go easy on the goma oil. Can't seem to keep any around long enough to snack on.

We use one of those round, multi level dehydrators. We keep our eyes open for more at garage sales as my wife wants more tiers so she can make more. I tol her no mek difference as oni can buy so much meat. Eh, flank steak not cheap.
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I love all brands, especially Oberto because I tend to prefer the harder ones more.

Funny how you started this thread because my friend just 2nd Day UPS-ed 9 lbs. of beef jerky from the Beef Jerky Store in Vegas. Mmmm...
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Old May 15th, 2007, 11:29 PM
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I remember Jimmy's. Everyone in our family who went to SF always brought back a few boxes. Stuff is way too sweet for me, now.

When you come over here, try check out some of the markets in Chinatown, since you going down there for dim sum anyways.

We make our own Korean style flank steak jerky. We just go easy on the goma oil. Can't seem to keep any around long enough to snack on.

We use one of those round, multi level dehydrators. We keep our eyes open for more at garage sales as my wife wants more tiers so she can make more. I tol her no mek difference as oni can buy so much meat. Eh, flank steak not cheap.
Hey Da Rolling Eye!

Sweet jerky for me is going to be heaven after this long diet. I think I will chance the diabetic rush and savor it if I ever find it. I will keep an eye open for it in China town, I love that place!

Wow! Korean flank steak jerky sounds winnahs!

Aye sos!, only 6 more days until I am normal again. I already got my shopping list of things I plan to eat.

Pop Tarts from Don Quiote
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I love all brands, especially Oberto because I tend to prefer the harder ones more.

Funny how you started this thread because my friend just 2nd Day UPS-ed 9 lbs. of beef jerky from the Beef Jerky Store in Vegas. Mmmm...

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I just found out what the name of that Beef jerky I got in china town in SF.

It is called Jimmy's Chinese Beef Jerky and is made in of all places Vacouver Canada. This jerky is moist and not really dry. Really good stuff and very different.

Does anyone know if this brand is sold in Honolulu? I will be there this weekend and would like to buy a case of this stuff.
Longs Drugs in the Kahala Mall sold it...in the pink boxes.

Oh that stuff is to die for.

When I was living in Idaho, jerk meat was plentiful and cheap. I ate Buffalo, Deer, Rabbit, and even snake jerky. I think the best was the buffalo because the meat is dark and had lots of fat which made the jerky tender.

And then there's Buffalo ribs. Talk about being able to take a big bite without touching bone, but lotsa fat dripping off with each bite. Oh man that was a heavy dinner....Buffalo ribs, corn on the cob and Idaho potatoes polished off with some hot apple cider.
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Longs Drugs in the Kahala Mall sold it...in the pink boxes.

Oh that stuff is to die for.

When I was living in Idaho, jerk meat was plentiful and cheap. I ate Buffalo, Deer, Rabbit, and even snake jerky. I think the best was the buffalo because the meat is dark and had lots of fat which made the jerky tender.

And then there's Buffalo ribs. Talk about being able to take a big bite without touching bone, but lotsa fat dripping off with each bite. Oh man that was a heavy dinner....Buffalo ribs, corn on the cob and Idaho potatoes polished off with some hot apple cider.
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Thanks for the info on Kahala Longs, i will give them a call and if they got them I am so there!

Your discription of the buffalo ribs experience is almost obscene! Man, that was the most beautiful words I could ever read on my final days of this diet! I am almost there and can almost taste it!~~ Rocky theme song in the background pumping me up for the finale....or is it the Ketchup theme song from the 70's? ~~~Anticipation.......

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The corn up in Idaho was simply the best I've ever eaten. My farmer neighbor told me I could take as much as I could eat otherwise corn was sold at roadside stands for a dollar a bushel. Each cob was so thick the ears were about an inch long. Imagine Kahuku sweet corn that thick not some manini ears. One cob was about as much as one could eat measuring over a foot long and 4-inches in diameter.

The buffalo ribs reminded me of the Flintstones Brontasaurus ribs. And the potatoes!!! When I first arrived in Mtn Home Idaho, I saw some farmers pulling out what I thought were boulders from the ground. Turns out they were potatoes the size of small watermelons.

And the thick stalks of grass along the highway was fresh asparagus.

But the jerky...you could go to any motor inn or truck stop and find a huge barrel of jerky strips sold by the piece. Some pieces looked like size 40-inch leather belts and they ran about a buck a piece. One was enough for the long haul from Idaho to Nevada almost 400-miles away to the border at Elko.
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do peppered beef steak nuggets from tillamook country smoker count as jerky? i found them in portland during a visit to the momola when we went shopping at, of all places, costco. mmmmmmmm they're so much better than any commercial jerky i've had, and better than any other beef nuggets by any other brand that i've found in hawaii. if i can't wait til my next trip to hang with mom, i ask her to send me a couple of bags.
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do peppered beef steak nuggets from tillamook country smoker count as jerky? i found them in portland during a visit to the momola when we went shopping at, of all places, costco. mmmmmmmm they're so much better than any commercial jerky i've had, and better than any other beef nuggets by any other brand that i've found in hawaii. if i can't wait til my next trip to hang with mom, i ask her to send me a couple of bags.
You sure it wasn't Kibbles and Bits? Moist tender chunks of beef...
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You sure it wasn't Kibbles and Bits? Moist tender chunks of beef...

eh! not according to the package! do you happen to know for a fact, mr. watanabe, that kibbles and bits tastes like TCS beef nuggets? and if so, how did that come to pass, hmmmmm? you weren't in the proverbial dog house, were you?

maybe i should be relieved you're making a joke about a filipina eating dog food versus a filipina eating dog....*guilty look*
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eh! not according to the package! do you happen to know for a fact, mr. watanabe, that kibbles and bits tastes like TCS beef nuggets? and if so, how did that come to pass, hmmmmm? you weren't in the proverbial dog house, were you?

maybe i should be relieved you're making a joke about a filipina eating dog food versus a filipina eating dog....*guilty look*
Sometimes when I eat those jerky nuggets I start to wonder if they really are dog food morsels...hmmm
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Salmon jerkey sounds ono!
Oh, it IS ono. Smoked salmon jerky is like da only thing I know how to do right in the kitchen, other than eggs and Korean BBQ.


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Spam jerky ... Wow! That does sound interesting. Gotta try that one day.
It's pretty interesting. I've been playing around with it forever, and think I've finally perfected it. I've actually turned our laundry room into kind of a smokehouse (only drawback is my dogs go crazy trying to get in there cuz of da smell. lol). I don't use tha dehydrator, cuz I tend to do it how my gramps taught me: da natural way. In fact, I bought him one last year, thinking he'd appreciate it, and he was givin me stinkeye for weeks. He's not a big fan of technology, I guess. I keep telling my wife and anyone else who'll listen that one day I'm gonna start up a business in spam jerky and make a fortune. But I got tired of them laughing in my face, so haven't brought it up in a while.

Now that I'm on the verge of graduating and getting out into the real world, I think it's time to rethink this idea. Maybe you and Hilo Artist can be my first customers?
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Jack link is pretty good. those nuggets are tasty but have a strange spongy texture...
Jimmy's beef jerky - i tried looking in china town for this for the last few years. i recall eating it when i went to golden harvest. last time i went to chinatown a shopowner told me after the last mad cow scare that jimmy's shut down. if anyone sees any, please let me know!
I too make my own beef jerky, still need lots of practice. The only exotic thing I make is a curried beef jerky - made with sriracha, tumeric, curry powder, and the usual stuff.
For those of you who make your own, how thick do you ask the butcher to cut the meat? I think I am making mines too thin.
I use a dehyrator, but those trays are a pain to clean. I found out soaking it then using a hard bristle brush is pretty effective.
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Oh, it IS ono. Smoked salmon jerky is like da only thing I know how to do right in the kitchen, other than eggs and Korean BBQ.



It's pretty interesting. I've been playing around with it forever, and think I've finally perfected it. I've actually turned our laundry room into kind of a smokehouse (only drawback is my dogs go crazy trying to get in there cuz of da smell. lol). I don't use tha dehydrator, cuz I tend to do it how my gramps taught me: da natural way. In fact, I bought him one last year, thinking he'd appreciate it, and he was givin me stinkeye for weeks. He's not a big fan of technology, I guess. I keep telling my wife and anyone else who'll listen that one day I'm gonna start up a business in spam jerky and make a fortune. But I got tired of them laughing in my face, so haven't brought it up in a while.

Now that I'm on the verge of graduating and getting out into the real world, I think it's time to rethink this idea. Maybe you and Hilo Artist can be my first customers?
Marco

When i think of it, Spam would be a great jerky. It has good fat content, nice salty flavor, and nice texture. As jerky,it would definitly be different, Go for it! You may have something big there.

ericncyn,

Tillamook nuggets are great too! If I am not mistaken, those are the ones they sell right next to the cashier stand in Wal Mart here in Hilo. Good marketing scheme, as they put it right there up front so you grab one just before checking out.

Hell Bent,

I almost forgot about the Mad cow scare. Now that I will return to being a carnivorous being in a few days I am begining to ponder that idea?
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Jack link is pretty good. those nuggets are tasty but have a strange spongy texture...
Jimmy's beef jerky - i tried looking in china town for this for the last few years. i recall eating it when i went to golden harvest. last time i went to chinatown a shopowner told me after the last mad cow scare that jimmy's shut down. if anyone sees any, please let me know!
I too make my own beef jerky, still need lots of practice. The only exotic thing I make is a curried beef jerky - made with sriracha, tumeric, curry powder, and the usual stuff.
For those of you who make your own, how thick do you ask the butcher to cut the meat? I think I am making mines too thin.
I use a dehyrator, but those trays are a pain to clean. I found out soaking it then using a hard bristle brush is pretty effective.
H, we use flank steak. Put it in the freezer till it's slightly stiff then take it out to cut. I cut it across the grain in 1/4" slices then marinate them. If I don't have time to freeze the meat, I make sure to use a very sharp 12" sushi knife. Partially freezing the meat will work with any cut and 1/4" seems to be a good place to start. Flank steak ends up about half the beginning thickness.

For the dehydrator grills, use any brand spray veggie oil. My wife forgot, one time, and I made sure she wouldn't do that again because I'm the one who has to clean the darned things. I spray them myself. Still get some stuff sticking, but not as much and it comes off much easier.
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