robert francisco

i find jerky will stay longer if moisture is very low. refrigerate in open container for months . must be real dry
if you close container, but i would open to let air and any moisture escape. for at least the first week.

Paul Lewis

I seasoned my beef jerky to smoke but the next day the weather turned to the worse so can’t smoke it , it’s sitting in fridge how long do I have before it goes bad or can I freeze it

Mountain America Jerky

Good Day!
There are several factors that will affect jerky after it has been processed. The amount of sodium and sugar used also the amount of moisture removed from the product. Airtight container/ziplock in your refrigerator should be just fine, storing in the freezer would eliminate any question.

Billy mayo

I just finished making venison jerky. I started off by smoking my jerky for 1 1/2 hours in a thick mesquite smoke. My seasoning included soy sauce, worchestershire sauce, ketchup (for sweetness) garlic powder, onion powder, and black pepper. Will your storage methods work the same on smoked venison jerky? delicious!!!


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