If you favor salty beef jerky (like the soy version) add a bit more salt, about 1/4 teaspoon or so. And if you want, you can leave out the maple syrup or honey for a sweetener-free jerky.
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I have been making my own jerky for alomg, long time using ground meats. Store bought ground turkey alone or even mixed with lean beef or venison. I freeze all of the ground meats first for at least 7 days. I use low sodium soy and no extra salt at all. Jerky will freeze nicely as well and can be kept for several months in the freezer.
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Homemade Jerky: Soy-Free, Sugar-Free and Minimal Salt — Homegrown & HealthyIngredients lean cut beef (top round roasts work well) For each pound of meat: 1tsp salt 1 clove garlic or ½ tsp garlic powder ¼ tsp onion powder 2 sage leaves ¼tsp thyme leaves ⅛tsp cayenne pepper 1 C pineapple juiceIn addition to using 100% Grass Fed Beef, this Paleo Friendly jerky is made using a soy alternative and raw honey. The Naked Original maintains a traditional flavor, with hints of black, white and cayenne pepper to give it just the right amount of spice. This is a gluten free, soy free product that contains natural ingredients to meet the demands of jerky lovers of all dietary needs.I love Beef Jerky, and was shopping around for one that was `Soy-Free`..... I ran across Massa Meats and they offered just what I wanted..... Kudos!!I saw the "Beef Jerky How-To" thread but I wanted to get a little more specific with what people are using as seasonings and marinades for their beef jerky. I'm starting to turn some heads toward paleo with some good batches of grass fed london broil turned jerky and want to get it as tasty as possible. Obviously gluten, sugar, soy free please.