When making beef jerky 350 degrees would be too high of a temperature. generally, around 265 degrees is the best temperature to make jerky. 350 would cook rather than dry the meat, and jerky is a dehydrated meat.
Beef jerky is done when it is dry. If you make homemade beef jerky, you may want to leave a little moisture if you plan on eating it immediately. Otherwise, you want it to be totally dry.
get premium beef, break it into strips and leave it to dry
Beef jerky is filled with preservatives that keep it healthy despite the room temperature condition it's kept in.
Indians invented beef jerky.
No. It is dehydrated strips of beef. But there are things such as chicken jerky, deer jerky.
there is about 9grams in each beef jerky stick!
Properly stored beef jerky should not have worms.
I love beef jerky.