Make Your Own Beef Jerky using Dehydrator

How to Make Beef Jerky with a Dehydrator

Dehydrators take the guesswork out of making beef jerky, but not for flavoring it or keeping it free of pathogens that can cause food-borne illness. Using a dehydrator is a great option for making homemade beef jerky. Set the dehydrator at 160 degrees, or up to 175 if your model allows you to go to go higher. Rotating the racks hourly will ensure all of your jerky cooks evenly.