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[quote:Don'tBeAfraid:MV8yMTIxMzIxXzM1NzkxNjU1XzU0NUJFQTA=] Because some people may try to dehydrate meat with fat and not realize that it will spoil, see: http://www.wikihow.com/Dehydrate-Meat " Use lean pieces of meat for dehydrating; [b]fat will go rancid and spoil the meat faster.[/b] Put the meat in the freezer for 30 minutes before slicing; this will make it easier to cut. Meat can be dehydrated using a food dehydrator; just follow the appliance directions." It is possible to can lard and so you can have both dehydrated meals in jars and then add that lard back in. See my sig for a detailed method of canning lard. It's not for beginners. If you tried to dehydrate ground beef, then you'd drain off the fat and lose all those valuable calories, and that might be the difference in starving or not. http://preparednesspro.com/rendering-and-preserving-lard/ [/quote]
link to cheftessbakeresse.blogspot.com.au
Simple and stores for a long time.
Some tasty recipes there.
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