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Smoked Meats

Postby SGKelly » Sat Oct 27, 2012 7:10 pm

Hello fellow preppers! My business is smoking meat. Primarily, smoked salmon and beef jerky. I sell my product on ebay, and locally and am currently in the process of setting up an independant website. Smoked meat and fish is definitely a preppers tool for survival. Smoked and cured meats keep for months un-refrigerated, and in some cases, years. I once read of a guy from South Carolina, that had decided to start curing a ham the day his daughter was born. He cured the ham, the old fashioned way by using salt, pepper. Then he smoked it for a week. After smoking, he hung it to cure in his shack. 23 years later, he served that ham at his daughters wedding! 23 YEARS!! No refrigeration, just good old American, lo-tech curing principals. That is how I cure and smoke my products. Of course, I vacuum seal them for shipping, but the process I use is the same. I use only pure ingredients, NO MSG! NO LIQUID SMOKE! I would sure love to hear from other professionals on techniques and recipes.
Thanks for reading, and I have posted a link below for my product. Take care, sgkelly.

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Postby anitapreciouspearl » Sat Oct 27, 2012 9:51 pm

Oh that sounds yummy!!! I love the story about serving the ham on his daughters wedding day - that's really special!
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Re: Smoked Meats

Postby the7gs » Sun Nov 04, 2012 12:51 am

Oh my! I just visited the website... that's some mighty fine looking salmon, I have no doubt it's tasty too. How long does it typically keep for?
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Re: Smoked Meats

Postby Beth » Thu Nov 08, 2012 3:44 pm

bidding for food on ebay seem odd to me, how can you make money doing that. ? It does look really yummy, what if you don't do credit cards.
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Re: Smoked Meats

Postby Dandyprat » Sat Nov 10, 2012 5:35 pm

Oh looks so yummy! I will be showing my hubby when he gets home for sure ;)
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Re: Smoked Meats

Postby BelowTheRadar » Wed Dec 19, 2012 4:15 pm

I've witnessed the salmon run with great interest at Valemount and assume your salmon supply comes from another location but that sure is a lot of fish in mid August! :shock:
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Re: Smoked Meats

Postby Che » Fri Oct 31, 2014 5:18 am

Hi! I'm wondering what food regulations or legal hoops you had to jump through for selling food online? I'm considering a 'prepper food' related business myself. Any insight would be appreciated.
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Re: Smoked Meats

Postby villager » Sat Nov 01, 2014 2:15 am

re jerky:
We've had the stainless dehydrator for a couple years now, but still slicing by hand.
Does anyone have a source for a vertical slicer for uniform thickness of meat?
I know there is such an attachment for a motorized multi use accessories, but is there a good, stainless stand-alone mechanical or motorized slicer?
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