How to build your own smoker and save hundreds of dollars.
Smoke all your meats exactly the way you want them and do it cheaper too.
If you can use simple hand tools you can build your own smoker. You can hot smoke or cold smoke too with this homemade smoker. It is big enough to smoke a turkey and you can build it in a weekend with basic hand tools.
No metalwork skills such as welding needed to build it either.
Use a water bath option to make moist super tender meats.
The DIY Smoker package includes the following:
Plus get access to smoking recipes for almost any type of meat and recipes for brines, BBQ sauces and marinades.
You get access to recipes for making sausages and curing meats plus many other ways of preparing tasty meat dishes. There are also many other food tips and techniques too many to mention here, but you will get access to all of this information when you order the plans on How to Build a Smoker.
A treasure trove of knowledge on barbequing and smoking whether you're a beginner at it or have experience. Take a shortcut to being an expert and learn meat smoking and barbequing tips and techniques that would take you a long time to learn on your own.
There is a Q/A forum too with all kinds of barbecuing and smoking tips with questions and answers form people all over the country who have tried their hand at different recipes and methods. You can ask your questions too!
Smoked, dried foods are also an excellent way to have food on hand for an emergency since this type of food can be stored for a long time.
As long as you keep it in sealed packages in cool dark storage you can keep it for many years. As a matter of fact, any foods that are dried and stored properly can last for many years.
I have some dried apples I did as an experiment and also to preserve some seeds for the future and over 25 years later, they are still good - no mold and great taste.
Dried meat is usually called jerky and as long as jerky has been dried, packaged, and stored properly, it can be stored almost indefinitely. Jerky is a great source of nutrition and rich in protein.
Jerky was actually a staple food for native Americans, especially for long treks, and they also used it mixed with dried plants and berries for quick, concentrated nutrition. Also, it was great for long cold winters when hunting was more difficult.
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