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Old 04-03-2009, 11:23 AM   #1
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Any of you guys have a good receipe to make some jerky out of  geese?  I figured why pay 6 bucks for a bag of beef jerky in the store when I can make my own goose jerky a lot cheaper



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Old 04-03-2009, 11:36 AM   #2
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Its easy to make... I just do a "little of this, little of that" recipe.

The important igrediants
Soy based... about a cup of soy sauce for 4-6 breast halvs.
Tablespoon of liquid smoke
Tablespoon of garlic
Tablespoon of black pepper
Teaspoon of cheyene pepper
Tablespoon of brown sugar.

..... from there I'll put whatever I get my hands on in.  Beer, season salt, pepper sauce, whiskey, cummin, chili powder, worchester, ketchup, mustard, honey.. whatever sounds good at the time.

The best way to cook it is in a smoker, but if you don't have one, your oven will work.  Line the bottom of your oven with foil, and skewer one end of the jerky strips on a skewer so that they dangle, then set the skewers on the over rack so that the jerky hangs down... bake on the lowest setting for 4-8 hours (depending on how low your oven goes).  If you don't want to wait that long, you can bump the heat up, but long and slow is the way to go.  If you cook it fast, it'll get crispy.



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High Mountain Jerky Cure that is how we do our jerky.Cut into strips weight it,mix the two packs of seasoning accordiingly.Then set in frig,put on a oven rack and wait a couple hours.Then get your favorite COLD BEER and enjoy.I think it is like $6.00 for enough cure to do 15 lbs.Origanal is a good flavor to start with.My two cents

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High Mountain Jerky Cure that is how we do our jerky.Cut into strips weight it,mix the two packs of seasoning accordiingly.Then set in frig,put on a oven rack and wait a couple hours.Then get your favorite COLD BEER and enjoy.I think it is like $6.00 for enough cure to do 15 lbs.Origanal is a good flavor to start with.My two cents


i agree on the high mountain and like boomn said a smoker makes the best jerky. use a heavy dose of hickory for jerky. just got a meat slicer for christmas and it's the cats ass for making nice thin slices for jerky. in my opinion goose makes the best jerky out of anything i have used (deer included). it's a little bit greasier so it doesn't dry out like deer. lot of blood though so i always slice mine and soak the slices in salt water first. it gets the gamie taste out of it
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The only smoker I got is big enough to do a hog in.Can't make that much jerky.Would like to get a little smoker.Making me hungry think I will get a pack of breast out and make some over the weekend.

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Old 04-03-2009, 01:59 PM   #6
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I like the High Mountain as well....although I much prefer grinding my goose meat as opposed to slicing it.

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Where do you get the High Mountain?
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Gander Mountain carries the High Mountain cures. For those of you that use a smoker for making jerky, which brand of smoker do you recommend? I want to make some jerky myself and I'm trying to decide on buying a smoker or dehydrater.

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Gander Mountain carries the High Mountain cures. For those of you that use a smoker for making jerky, which brand of smoker do you recommend? I want to make some jerky myself and I'm trying to decide on buying a smoker or dehydrater.

We've got both.  The dehydrater's are less expensive, but I like the smoker better.  Smoking the jerky give it an exceptionally good flavor.  I can't remember the brand name of the one we've got, but I picked it up at Gander Mountain.  It's a big one though.

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Big Chief smoker. You can't go wrong with that classic smoker.



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