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Hi Mountain Jerky Mix Question
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Contributors to this thread:
Kurt in Memphis 12-Sep-10
Stekewood 12-Sep-10
elkoholic 12-Sep-10
Bowme2 12-Sep-10
Kurt in Memphis 12-Sep-10
itshot 12-Sep-10
deerspy 12-Sep-10
Bowfreak 12-Sep-10
Kurt in Memphis 12-Sep-10
rodb 12-Sep-10
KSdeerhntr 12-Sep-10
Coach 13-Sep-10
peteymit 13-Sep-10
StrutNut 13-Sep-10
peteymit 13-Sep-10
KSdeerhntr 13-Sep-10
LastCall 13-Sep-10
Hillcapper 14-Sep-10
Kurt in Memphis 14-Sep-10
arrowsenfoam 15-Sep-10
Driver 15-Sep-10
hoytshooter 15-Sep-10
2Rocky 15-Sep-10
DeerNut 07-Aug-19
GhostBird 07-Aug-19
timex 07-Aug-19
Southern draw 07-Aug-19
midwest 07-Aug-19
Paul@thefort 07-Aug-19
EmbryOklahoma 07-Aug-19
PAbowhunter1064 07-Aug-19
t-roy 07-Aug-19
Bow Crazy 07-Aug-19
comp1cam 07-Aug-19
plenty coups 08-Aug-19
12-Sep-10
I just made a batch of 3 lbs of deer meat mixed with hi Mountain Original mix. I told my brother in law and he said he tried it once and it was bland. Anyone else ever used it, and what did you think? I may take half of the meat and add some worchester sauce, brown sugar, soy sauce and cayenne pepper. The other half I will leave as prepared to see how it turns out.

I followed the instructions exactly, even used an accurate scale to weigh the meat, my BIL said he wasn't sure if he did....probably not.

I just don't want to make a big batch of jerky with marginal results. I usually make my own mix, just thought I would try a commercially made mix because I thought I had read positive reviews on Hi Mountain.

Thanks

From: Stekewood
12-Sep-10
If you followed the instructions closely, and don't overcook it, it will be some of the best jerky you'll ever taste.

From: elkoholic
12-Sep-10
It is all I use. Make sure to cover it well. I lay it in a baking sheet, shake over one side, flip it and do the other then put it in a bowl with lid. The longer you leave it in the fridge (48 to 72 hours max) the stronger it is. I leave it for 48 myself. 180-200 degrees and 3 hours and it is great every time. Don't over cook. Check after 2 hours about every 15 minutes to remove the smaller pieces thaat get done sooner. I use apple chips in my smoker and that gives it a little sweet coating. Have fun!

From: Bowme2
12-Sep-10
X2 what Stekewood said.

12-Sep-10
Great, thanks for the fast replies, I'm going to leave it just the way it is and not mess with it. I did follow the instructions very closely. I'll be letting sit in the fridge for about 48 hours then onto the dehydrator.

I figure I will have some more meat for jerky in about 2 weeks, once the season opens!

Kurt

From: itshot
12-Sep-10
are you making ground meat jerky with dry mix or sliced meat and wet marinade?

the only bland ones I've tasted are the dry mixes used for ground meat, never had Hi Mountain though

a friend of mine always makes half the batch of sliced jerky with steak sauce or a store brand beef marinade instead of water

it comes out strong but you just can't put it down, try it out sometime

good luck, let us know how it goes

From: deerspy
12-Sep-10
That's all I use. I like the Cajun the best. I mix it, put it in the refrigerator over night then put it in the dehydrator for about 6 hours. No set time I just check it went I get at about 5.5 hrs.

From: Bowfreak
12-Sep-10
I use the same stuff and as long as you follow the directions it is the berries. It is actually worse if you get too much of the cure or the spices in the meat. You can't even choke it down like that.

My favorite is garlic and cracked pepper.

12-Sep-10
I'm using sliced meat, not ground. Now I'm looking forward to the results. I'll be sure to post my opinion once I try some.

Kurt

From: rodb
12-Sep-10
I just made 7 1/2 pounds of Original and 7 1/2 pounds of Hickory. I didn't have any wild game so I used beef round. I cut it into 1/4 " strips and smoked it in my smoke house after letting it sit for 24 hours. It REALLY turned out great!

From: KSdeerhntr
12-Sep-10
It is the only stuff i use for jerky,started out using it for all my ducks and geese i shot,just ground them up into burger and mixed with hi mountain season.I never would have guessed that you could ever make duck and geese taste good but i would give the jerky to everyone in my family and they were floored when i told them what it was!Its some good stuff for deer,my favorite is sweet&spicy.

From: Coach
13-Sep-10
I've had great results using Hi-Mountain. Hickory and cracked pepper are my favorites.

From: peteymit
13-Sep-10
KS - Would you mind sharing your process for the ducks and geese?

From: StrutNut
13-Sep-10
I use it for geese as well but I don't grind them. I cut them thin shot ways across the breast. If you cut long ways the meat grain is not right and they just fall apart. Follow the instructions, fantastic jerky. I mix them up, leave them sit overnight and then use both my smoker and the oven. The smoker takes longer but taste better. The oven is faster and does taste good but not as good as the smoker. I use drying racks in the oven and just put them on baking sheets. Better air circulation around the meat.

From: peteymit
13-Sep-10
I do like the texture of jerky when it's stripped out instead of grinded, but I feel better about the curing process when it's all ground together. I can't explain why, though.

From: KSdeerhntr
13-Sep-10
peteymit i like to grind mine up because i used to go hunting every weekend both days and my buddies would always give me all the birds so i ended up with a lot of freakn waterfowl!It just really made the process a lot quicker,plus it made for softer jerky for the people that didnt like the tuff stuff.I would grind mine up right into 2# burger game bags from cabelas and freeze it,then when i wanted to make a batch i would thaw some out,mix with the hi mt and use a jerky shooter right onto dehydrator trays and run at 155 deg for 7 to 8 hours.My dehydrator will do 2# of meat at a time(thus the 2# bags).Quick and easy and gone as fast as i can make it!

From: LastCall
13-Sep-10
Great results with the ground. pepper and original are by far our favorites, also we only add 1/3 of the salt cure when making batch.

From: Hillcapper
14-Sep-10
I use original and hickory with great results. I do mine on my smoker and use just a little wood to give some smoke flavor.

14-Sep-10
I made my batch exactly as the directions called for in a dehydrator. Overall I like the flavor a lot. A bit salty, but still has a nice jerky flavor. On a scale of 1-10, I'd give it a solid 8. The ease of use is convenient, and it is a good product. I may try a sweeter version, and I would definitely recommend Hi Mountain.

My personal version (which I have no exact recipe) is just a concoction of Worcester sauce, brown sugar, cayenne pepper, black pepper, salt, A-1 Steak Sauce and garlic powder. My version, since it is in a liquid, takes twice as long to dehydrate, but is very tasty. The Hi Mountain version only took 6 hours to achieve the perfect, leathery texture I like.

Thanks, and good luck with your jerky making!

From: arrowsenfoam
15-Sep-10
I just did 26 pounds of last years leftover ground meat. Hi Mountain is all I use. Many people love the jerky, no complaints yet. I use the "Jerky Shooter" kit so it lays the strips out to the proper width. I also use a dehydrator.

Inferno, Teriyaki, and the black pepper are the favorites so far.

From: Driver
15-Sep-10
I've tried all their blends and I now mix half pepper blend and half original. I only use ground venison and a jerky shooter.

From: hoytshooter
15-Sep-10
i to cut the cure down but also add southwest seasoning to it and for my friends who like it hot i put the hottest peppers i can get into it.

From: 2Rocky
15-Sep-10
I've only made the ground jerky and I experimented with the original, Garlic, and Mesquite. The Garlic with some extra ground pepper, and some A1 was the best. The hot pepper is very hot unless you are cajun or a Texas Chili Connisseur.

Definately don't over do the cure...It gets really salty if you do.

My main problem has been I get it too dry and brittle.

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From: GhostBird
07-Aug-19
WTF...……………...

From: timex
07-Aug-19
do yourself's a favor & just give this recipe a try I think you'll be impressed. I usually do 2 flat peices from a deer ham & slice 1/4 thick lengthways with the grain. in a gallon Ziploc put 1/2 cup Morton tender quick & 2 cups water & 1/2 cup brown sugar & sliced venison remove all air & refrigerate overnight then rince meat thouroly then in same bag put 1 cup brown sugar & 1 to 3 tablespoons fresh ground black pepper I prefer 3 but I like pepper & add meat & mix thouroly & again remove all air & back in fridge overnight then smoke. I prefer lump coal & maskeet & be careful not to over cook 200 degrees for 2 to 3 hours depends on atmospheric conditions. sometimes simple is better lots of folks say my jerky is the best they've ever had & always offer to pay for it if I'd do that

07-Aug-19
Ghost Bird x2

From: midwest
07-Aug-19
If you leave the High Mountain on your meat long enough, it will clear that herpes right up.

From: Paul@thefort
07-Aug-19

Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Goose jerky and then I add some Teriyaki for more flavor but try not to over power the natural flavor of the meat.
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Goose jerky and then I add some Teriyaki for more flavor but try not to over power the natural flavor of the meat.

07-Aug-19
Midwest... LOL!!

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07-Aug-19
Lmao, midwest!!! I was gonna recommend a little salt peter!! :)

From: t-roy
07-Aug-19
LMAO @midwest!!

If it doesn’t “cure” it, at least it will take your mind off of having it for a little while!

From: Bow Crazy
07-Aug-19
Yes, I agree with bland. We here in Wisconsin like it with more of punch than the recipe calls for. Everyone tastes are different I guess, but if you are from Wisconsin or Minnesota I think you will find it bland. We spice ours up with some finely ground hot peppers we grow in our garden, habaneros work awesome if you like it hot. If you are using the pepper mix, add more pepper, etc. BC

From: comp1cam
07-Aug-19
Hi country is different than hi mountain. I think Paul's picture of hi country from Lincoln Montana is much better than hi mountain you buy at cabelas. That is my recollection anyway! Enjoy either one though!

From: plenty coups
08-Aug-19
Hi Mountain and Hi Country are all I use. I grind my jerky meat because I like it easier to chew. dry it in the oven and keep an eye on it so it doesn't get too dry and you should have some darn good jerky. I like the original mix(es) the best.

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