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Making goose jerky????????

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I have made goose jerky before with different seasonings. It seems like the only one that ends up tasting like the seasoning is the cracked pepper one. If we put teriyaki, or other ones, when we are done there is no taste of that flavor left. Am I doing something wrong. We usually sprinkle the flavor on the night before and then smoke the next day. How do they get the flavors you buy in the bags at the store to stay like that???? Thanks.

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sorry i have no imput DCF but i was wondering if anyone can give me a recipe to make duck/goose jerky in the oven. im a college student and plan on shooting a nice bunch of ducks and geese this year and would love a fairly inexpensive way to make some jerky. Thanks for all the imput guys

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I use High Mountain jerky cure and all the flavors seem to stay but when I cure/marinate I let it go a bit longer and will add a bit of something to each batch. If you are doing it in the oven and don't have jerky racks, go out and buy some bamboo skewers, they are cheap, soak them in water and then thread your strips on the skewer and hang betwen the cross braces on the oven rack, works like a charm. Don't forget to cover the bottom of the oven and trim off all fat. Good luck. Tim

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What I have done and gets good flavor is to buy an actual teryaki marinade (like for chicken) and marinade it over night in that (more flavor if you have the goose already cut in strips before put in marinade). I use a dehydrater for my jerky and its been running solid since early goose has opened. As far as ovens go they sell racks at stores you can place your goose on. Also killincarp870....you go to MNSU for college? I am a student at MNSU and hunt the area

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I usually leave it in the marinade (or the dry rub) for up to 3 days before drying or smoking. Just because it says overnight doesn't mean you can't go longer, or much longer.

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I am in my last year at MNSU....I hunt just about everything but like to duck and goose hunt the most. What about you?

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im a freshman. I hunt just about everything also. Duck goose and turkey have got to be my favortie tho. Where do you do most of your hunting? what is your major?

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killincarp....sorry i havent responded lately....been out of town. But i am a senior in constructin mgmt program. I hunt the area when down at school otherwise all over the place but got a cabin in wisconsin. if you ever want to get together and try hunting let me know.....I use the south central forum a lot if you want to get a hold of me

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Browning83 i am just getting in to the CM program. I have been hunting almost everyday down here for ducks and been doing decent. Sounds good about getting together to hunt. what is your email address that would probably be best way

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Send me an email at chadrat83@hotmail . com Have you started any CM courses....you'll like the program

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