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A Delicious Debate: Bacon vs. Jerky

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Pemmican

Pimi: “Fat or Grease” Pemmican is a traditional food of native North Americans that was later adapted by European fur traders and explorers. It generally consisted of a lean game meat such as Deer, Elk, Moose or Bison which was … Continue reading

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Venison Jerky

Making jerky at home is a very simple process that requires very little equipment.    While there are numerous items on the market geared towards Jerky making, very few of them are necessary. Commercial seasoning kits are  readily available, and … Continue reading

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Making Bacon! It’s is Easier Than You Think

Home-Cured Bacon By MICHAEL RUHLMAN | Published: OCTOBER 12, 2010 Photos by Donna Turner Ruhlman Home-Cured Bacon (adapted from Charcuterie) —Order five pounds of fresh pork belly from your grocery store, the pork guy at your farmers market, or from a local butcher shop. —Buy a box of 2-gallon zip-top … Continue reading

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