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post #21 of 32
How many total briquettes did you do for your snake? Did you use the water pan in your wsm?
post #22 of 32
Thread Starter 
Yes i used the water pan but no water. I stacked 2 pieces of charcoal halfway around the ring and lit 4-5 pieces to start it. I had to add a couple times to maintain temps.
post #23 of 32
Those look great Jay!
post #24 of 32
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Thanks xray! Your jerky looked great also! It was a lot of work maintaining temps,but so worth it!!
post #25 of 32
Thank you, and it is definitely worth it!

Are you going to try any additional Hi Mountain kits??

Maintaining temps haven't been a problem for me using a gasser. I installed a needle valve recently to help maintain a lower temp for making jerky...and I had the bottom of the smoker on fire after lighting the propane with the needle valve fully open...lesson learned lol!
post #26 of 32
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I wanna try different types and methods. Cases thai jerky sounds good! I only have wsm's to work with.
post #27 of 32

Greetings everyone, I just finished doing my first ever small batch of beef jerky with the pepper and garlic kit from High Mountain.

 

Man is it ever good which at the end it has a kind of sweet taste. It passed the bend test and was done on a new electric MES 30.

Simply I love this taste but tomorrow I will do also 2lbs of Case Thai recipe and can't wait for this also.

 

Glad to have met this nice thread and Case's also.

 

Take Care all and thanks,

 

Norm

post #28 of 32

really nice looking Jerky. 

post #29 of 32
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really nice looking Jerky. 
Thanks Flipman! First time making jerky! Tasted great,thanks to all the information on this great forum!
post #30 of 32

This jerky looks way better than my first efforts. Kudos!

 

Disco

post #31 of 32
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This jerky looks way better than my first efforts. Kudos!

Disco
Thank you Disco! I would never thought of making jerky until i found this great forum!
post #32 of 32
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Thank you Disco! I would never thought of making jerky until i found this great forum!

I'm with you. I have found so many great ideas here. I have only been able to try a fraction but I am working on it! Glad to see you're branching out too!

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