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    Scotch - Pepper Jerkey

    I never use any soy sauce when making beef jerky. I use scotch, with lots of garlic minced with it, plus seasonings--coarse black pepper, seasoned salt, crushed red chile. Jerky doesn't have to be coated with a saline solution. I usually moisten the strips of beef in the garlic seasoned scotch, then sprinkle slices with pepper, salt and lots of chile after they are spread out.

    From: "Eeyore"
    Posted By:"Eeyore"
    Post Date: Sun, 4 Jan 1998

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