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Whats your go to Venison sausage and jerky (full muscle not ground)recipes/mixes?

Jeremy_D

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Looking to make another batch of each. Any suggestions? Ive used LEM's I like it but looking to try something new. Not looking for anything spicy.
 

Bowmanmike

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I dont know what you mean by full muscle recipe. Dont you grind the meat for sausage?
If you go by weight i dont see where there is a difference between ground or chunks.
 

Bowmanmike

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I was meaning the jerky will be from whole muscles not a grind.
Aah,that makes sense. I never use grind for jerky,that's why i was wondering. My favorite jerky is to slice it and marinade it in salsa for a couple of hours then dry for 8 or so.
 

arrow30

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high mountain , hickory. cheap and good. you can sprinkle some brown sugar on if you want a sweeter jerky. or cayenne for a little spicier. i used to make my own concoctions but find it easier to just use high mountain jerky mix.
 

SoILslocker

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I normally use grind for my jerky but have been wanting to try this recipe on sliced meat. It's 3/4 of a bottle of dales steak seasoning, 3 tbsp soy sauce, 3tbsp worcestershire sauce, 1.5 tbsp garlic powder & 1.5 tbsp pepper. Makes 5 lbs of meat, mix it up & leave it in the fridge overnight. It's my favorite jerky recipe I've had by far.
 

Chimney7

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For sausage, hanks shaw’s British banger and Romanian style sausages are phenomenal.

Honest-food.net
 

Nimbus1376

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In the meat eater cookbook there is a recipe for “The Queen Mother of All Jerky”. My wife is not a big venison fan, but she really likes that jerky recipe. I’d screenshot and post it, but that might be against the rules here...not sure.
 
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