Video How to smoke Beef Jerky BELOW 200f / 93c on a Kamado Joe. Rock solid low & slow temps!

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⏩ Video content : How to smoke Beef Jerky BELOW 200f / 93c on a Kamado Joe. Rock solid low & slow temps!

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we are making some smoky
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spicy amazing
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tender beef jerky
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on the kamado joe let’s get into it
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oh yeah hey i’m james from smoking dad
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barbecue and you join me
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right at the end where we are super
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smoking our beef jerky for one last
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final push but let me take you back a
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little bit earlier and catch you up on
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everything you need to know for today’s
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cook so for today’s video i’m going to
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be using my double indirect method i’ve
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been using this a lot lately for my hot
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and fast cooks it’s turned out some of
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the best brisket pork belly and ribs
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i’ve ever made on a kamado style grill
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but i was shocked when i did my
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dehydrated hot pepper video that the
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temperatures held
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really well
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in a low and slow format and i was able
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to get some great smoke and that’s what
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we’re doing today this has been running
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around
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180 degrees fahrenheit and getting some
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great smoke
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great smoke sub 200 degrees this is
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something that doesn’t belong in the
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same sentence and the double indirect
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method has proven a real winner on those
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hot peppers and based off of my sampling
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here as a few pieces have reached their
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final doneness we are in for a treat
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today but before i can fill you in on
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the treat and get into the taste test as
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we are nearly done let me tell you what
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i had to start
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yesterday in order to get ready for
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today’s cook to make some amazing beef
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jerky on your kamado style grill
Recipe and prep
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so we’ve tested lots of marinades when
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it comes to making some homemade jerky
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but i found one of our favorites is the
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recipe shared by hey grill hay so that’s
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what i’m using today with the
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substitution for a little bit more heat
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that recipe uses jalapenos i’ve
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substituted that for some scotch bonnet
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pepper
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now all we want to do in order to get
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some great marinade on our eye of round
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roast is
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build our
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braising liquid a day in advance and so
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to do that i’ve doubled the recipe since
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i used a six pound eye of round roast
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and the recipe calls for about a three
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pound i have round uh but i’ll put the
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recipe for the three pounds and if
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you’re doing what i’m doing just go
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ahead and double that so instead of two
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cups of dr pepper i used four and
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everything else is the same so this is
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starting with dr pepper for a base and
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then we’re adding in things like
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warchester and garlic and onion and of
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course your hot peppers so today i’m
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using scotch bonnets for just a little
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bit more heat than jalapeno and you want
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to set that to simmer for about 25
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minutes so you push off some of the
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water and really start to concentrate
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our flavors salt pepper garlic onion
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and those hot peppers and you reduce
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that water content over about 25 minutes
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to about half of its original volume
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once that boils down to about half
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so in my case i’ll have two cups if you
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follow the recipe to a tea you’ll have
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about one cup of marinating liquid you
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want to let that come to a complete cool
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which gives us an opportunity to have
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that in the fridge while we start to
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trim up our eye of round roast unlike
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every other thing that we cook where fat
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is king when it comes to beef jerky this
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is what we’ll spoil and so we are using
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an eye of round roast and giving that a
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quick trim so i’m using my dal strong
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fillet knife and that’s making really
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light work of removing the fat cap as
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well as the silver skin
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and now you want to slice this against
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the grain you want to get these as thin
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as possible so if i was at my local
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butcher and it was business hours i
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could have asked peter hey can you just
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run this through your slicer
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or if you have a slicer at home you can
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do that but if you don’t i’m assuming
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most people don’t you can do this no
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problem with a chef knife so using my
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extra long dalstrong knife it makes
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quick work of making some paper thin
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slices
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out of this eye of round roast and a way
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to help make that a little bit easier is
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to throw your entire roast in the
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freezer for about 30 minutes before you
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get started that will just help it firm
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up and be a little bit less pliable so
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you can get those really nice thin
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slices
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after your marinade has cooled down and
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you’ve got your beef all sliced up you
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just want to mix that really well
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together so it’s fully incorporated and
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put it in your refrigerator overnight so
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this one happened to sit close to 24
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hours but you want a minimum of about 12
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hours for the best result with this
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marinade i found and i like to flip the
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bag you know when i woke up first thing
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in the morning midday just to make sure
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we are getting everything fully covered
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so after your jerky has marinated and
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it’s the day of your cook we want to set
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up our joe for the double indirect
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method as well as start to pat dry
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our beef jerky and make sure that we can
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get a great dry product so we don’t want
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it just soaking wet with that extra
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marinade so let me take you over to the
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joe earlier this afternoon and i’ll show
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you exactly how i like to set up for the
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double indirect smoke method
Grill setup for Low & Slow double indirect method
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so we’re starting with our big joe
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already cleaned out so now i’m just
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going to drop in our ash basket
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make a little space for our smoking wood
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on the bottom and since we’re going to
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have a small
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hot fire today i’m going to plan on
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adding more smoke wood using my ash
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drawer hack i’ll explain that a little
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bit later but for now i’m going to get a
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couple chunks of cherry wood right on
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the bottom cover those up and then pour
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on some fresh jealous devil to cover all
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that up
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these are smaller pieces so i’m just
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going with you know a small handful here
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should be good to get us started cover
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up
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got a little more jealous devil left in
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the bag so i’ll add that
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make a little mound completely covering
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the wood as well as by doing the mound
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as it burns we know we won’t run a
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charcoal if we let it distribute all the
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way over it’s possible you know our fire
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goes straight down and has a hard time
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moving to those adjacent coals so by
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building
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a little bit of a mountain here will
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help make sure we get nice even low
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temperature
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fire all the way through our cook so
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that looks good i’m gonna now start a
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fire using my grill blazer grill gun and
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try and concentrate that fire directly
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above where we’ve placed that wood so
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that those hot coals start to work down
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to where our smoking wood is i don’t
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take you fast forward though while we
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get this fired up
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okay so elapsed time on that was one
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minute and you can see we’ve already got
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some nice
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white ash over coals and that fire is
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burning well so now i want to build some
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heat in our dome as well as our
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deflectors so let’s start assembling
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this we’re going to start with the base
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of the slow roller
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like so
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next for now i’m going to drop in the
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divide and conquer rack
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then i’m going to just temporarily in
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this position use our x
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accessory rack to hold our heat
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deflectors so i can get them right above
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the fire but not block that heat since
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we want the heat to come up and start to
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warm up our dome so let me grab our two
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deflectors
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like so
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like so
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and we’re doing the
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pizza pie configuration which is pushing
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these
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so there’s a nice big triangle and that
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is going to allow these
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to start to heat soak so it doesn’t
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throw our temperature readings off by
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going you know on a vent setting we
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think is right when ceramics cold and
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then later on it’ll all of a sudden
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shoot up 50 degrees once these catch up
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so we’re going to preheat these as well
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as preheat our dome so that’s it for
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right now we’re going to leave our top
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and bottom vents all the way open close
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this and let it build some heat all
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right we have our beef jerky padded dry
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and our dome is reading 350 degrees but
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this is not 350 degrees as i can keep my
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hand here if this was actually 350 i’d
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be running that way going out out really
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very quickly but we are getting some
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great heat in the dome this is about the
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spot now where i want to push our
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deflectors together start adjusting our
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vents install the rest of the sole
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roller so let me bring you nice and
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close show you how we’re going to set up
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for our double indirect
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beef jerky
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so our dome might be reading you know
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close to 400 now but that’s all because
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we’re getting some flames coming up and
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just kissing the thermometer but that’s
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why we always want to use the hand test
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to make sure we got a good sense of
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where we actually are temp wise but
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since our coals are now rocking we want
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to start slowing this fire down now that
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we’ve got some heat so i’m just going to
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take the deflectors out using some high
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heat gloves so they don’t burn or bother
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me to hold them because they are
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warm
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that’ll allow me to install the top of
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the slow roller and then we can put that
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back in
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so just like a normal slow roller setup
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if you weren’t doing the double indirect
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you would start with the
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the base then your divide and conquer
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rack
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then your top sole roller
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but today we’re doing the double
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indirect so let’s go ahead now add our
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x-ring on the second level
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of the divide and conquer rack and if
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you don’t have a sole roller and you
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want to do this
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you can put your heat deflectors down
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low put a pizza stone
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on your x accessory rack and then put
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your grids on the top level of your
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grill get the same same result but since
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i have this little roller that’s what
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i’m going to use today
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so let’s drop these on
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let’s adjust our vents
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so for our control tower top move it if
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you could see here
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since we’re doing the double indirect
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method we want to hold a low slow
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temperature
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ideally we’ll bring it back down close
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to just about 200 so i’m going to go to
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about a quarter to an eighth of an inch
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inside the first line and one finger on
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the bottom draft door all right we’re
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holding stable just a hair over 200
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degrees that’s exactly what i want i
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know from doing my hot peppers with my
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thermapen infrared that seeing around
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200 degrees on the dome with the double
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indirect method i was at
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167 degrees on the grid so that’s going
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to be perfect for dehydrating our beef
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jerky i’ve got my grid extender ready to
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go just beside me here so i’ll take you
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fast forward while we start placing our
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jerky on the grid and i think i’m going
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to need the extra real estate of the
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grid extender so let me take you fast
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forward while we load up our big joe
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with some beef jerky so i ended up with
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so much extra space hanging that i’m
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going to move any that we’re just
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sitting outside of the protection of our
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double direct on the lower level up here
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to make sure that we keep everything
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protected by both the slow roller as
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well as our deflector plates i’ll take
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it back fast forward while i move any
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stragglers on the lower end up to our
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hanging position
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so that is actually so incredibly space
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efficient i could fit
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all of our beef jerky this way and so i
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opted to do that just to keep things as
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even as possible plus i love that we are
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centered over our deflector plates and
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can give this a chance to cook really
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evenly let’s close our dome and start
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letting this smoke
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so now that we’ve got all our jerky on
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it’s nice and stable i want to add a few
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of our smoking wood
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chunks right to the bottom here we’re
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already starting to get some nice heat
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these are from coals and ash just
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falling down from our fire which is
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what’s going to ignite our wood chips so
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i’m going to
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i’m going to try something
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a few larger pieces i’ve been using
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really small chips in my last first few
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videos so i want to see if something
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with a little bit more
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substance
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also ignites just as well so i’m going
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to place these
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towards where it should end up the
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middle to the back area
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right underneath our fire and we’ll let
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those start to smoke as well
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so our beef jerky has been on now just a
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touch over four hours and we were
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drawing a line at 180 degrees fahrenheit
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so once again the double indirect method
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has proved a real winner i didn’t expect
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this when i first came up with the
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concept i originally came up with the
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concept because we’re trying to
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manipulate our heat sources so we’ve got
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three types of heat we’ve got conduction
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heat which is our food sitting on a hot
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grate that can cook it we’ve got our
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convection heat which is the hot air
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that’s moving inside of our joe and
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typically at 180 degrees fahrenheit
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you’re not getting gray airflow and then
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we’ve got our radiant heat again at
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low temperatures you’re not getting
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great radiant heat and so what the
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double indirect method does whether
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we’re doing hot and fast it allows us to
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cook at a higher temperature without
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overdoing the bottom and so that
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increases our other properties like our
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convection because we’re getting more
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hot air moving around or our radiant
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heat so this is um the same is true when
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we apply it to a low and slow cook where
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we can get a nice clean burning fire and
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get great smoke at a much lower
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temperature one that i’ve ever held
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before for this long 180 degrees
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fahrenheit in a kamado style grill and
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so now what i’ve done just before
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joining the camera is add a couple more
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pieces of fresh smoking wood the beef
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jerky is nearly there a couple pieces
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around the outside are done and that was
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the one i used for the sample and the
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intro but just to hit it with one last
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hurrah of smoke i love doing this for my
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peppers as well as beef jerky and so
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this is where you know if you love
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throwing a bunch of wood into your fire
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you can break all the rules that i
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normally talk about and just go to town
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and give this a ton of smoke for a short
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period like this 20 30 minutes like we
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are doing this is going to be pleasant
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not way overdone where you can overdo it
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with smoke if we were doing something a
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brisket and doing overnight for 12 to 18
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hours you wouldn’t want your big joe
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like
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i’m using today smoking as it is behind
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me with a ton of smoke as that would
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just go from pleasant to a little bit um
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overpowering but for something like this
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30 minutes near the end of a cook it’s
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going to be
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just perfect let me bring you nice and
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close let me open up the joe and show
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you where we’re at and we can get into a
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taste test so our dome is still reading
Results and taste test
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about 180 degrees fahrenheit our meter
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probe
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i think i forgot to mention that but for
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cooks like this where we’re not doing a
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large protein you can get yourself a
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potato just chop off the end insert your
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probe past the line and drop that in
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your grill if you want to be able to log
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your cook which is how i was able to log
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today’s smoke session for our beef jerky
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and see that we are getting a nice flat
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line but once i took everything out just
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to add a little bit more wood i’ve left
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that aside since we are nearly
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done
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so taking a look at this
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this is looking good so when we get
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pieces looking
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just like this
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they’re nice
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dark even all the way around no moisture
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but that’s still
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kind of pliable to the point where if we
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wanted to pull and rip
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that is exactly the color
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and the texture that we’re looking for
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so let me just set that aside for
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our taste test
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and there’s a few here where i can see
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we are maybe still another 10
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15 minutes away but almost everything on
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our big joe is done so i’m just gonna
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let that hang out and do our taste test
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and i’ll pull those off later on tonight
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when they’re all done
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so i already know from stealing a done
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piece at the beginning this is going to
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be great but we’ve got
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fantastic
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color and
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smoke and tenderness this
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will blow away
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any beef jerky you’ve ever bought in a
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store trust me on that one this is worth
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doing but let’s go ahead do a bit of a
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taste test here perfect
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it is a perfect
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bite of beef jerky
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outside of a little bit of prep
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a day in advance
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this is a really
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simple
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cook and one that’s not been super easy
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to do before on the kamado joe without
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the double indirect method
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the ideal temperature is that 170 180
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degrees
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and as i mentioned getting nice clean
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smoke at those temperatures has been
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difficult before the discovery of the
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double indirect method but now we are
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drawing flat lines getting nice clean
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smoke at 180 and it has turned our joe
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into a dehydrator with the benefit
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of adding some great smoke flavor which
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you can definitely appreciate here i
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Kamado style grills like the Big Green Egg, Kamado Joe etc. often struggle with beef jerky as you want good smoke and temperatures below 200f or 93c which is a challenge on these types of smokers…. BUT, I have had a break through with my double indirect method (SloRoller + heat deflectors) which is helping solve this problem allowing for some incredible homemade smoked beef jerky.

00:00 – Dr. Pepper Scotch Bonnet pepper Beef Jerky
01:38 – Recipe and prep
05:20 – Grill setup for Low & Slow double indirect method
15:16 – Results and taste test

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♨️ Kamado Joe accessories – https://t.jo.my/kamadojoe
💰 Use discount code “SDBBQ” to get 10% off any order site wide!

🕳️ Smokeware drip pans & chimney caps – https://t.jo.my/smokeware
💰 Use discount code “SDBBQ” to get 10% off any order site wide!

🖐🏿 Nitrile prep gloves – https://t.jo.my/nitrilegloves
💰 Use discount code “SDBBQ” to get 15% off any order!

🥩ChefsTemps meat probes – https://jo.my/chefstemp (~40% less than my Thermapen)

🪨 Fogo Charcoal & BBQ accessories – https://t.jo.my/fogocharcoal

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↓↓↓↓ More Links &💰DEALS 💰 ↓↓↓↓
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► SoloStove Smokeless Fire Pit – https://t.jo.my/solostove
► High Heat gloves – https://amzn.to/3EyX1rO
► Big Joe – https://amzn.to/3XsmLP3
► Classic Joe – https://amzn.to/3ideKO1
► Joe Jr. – https://amzn.to/3F0QDuT
► Kettle Joe – https://amzn.to/3V3aNtN
► Lodge 5 Qt dutch oven – https://amzn.to/3tXeqFv
► Pellet Tube smoker – https://amzn.to/3gEkiQV
► Meat injector – https://amzn.to/3VqEQLs
► Wing basket – https://amzn.to/3XttCb1
► Cheap but good sous vide – https://amzn.to/3EBmGjr
► Grill brush cleaning kit – https://amzn.to/3XyRoCn
► Simple Green spray – https://amzn.to/3U5CQaH
► Permatex gold high heat silicone (fix lose gasket) – https://amzn.to/3EDyIZJ
► Wagyu beef tallow – https://amzn.to/3OAGZSL
► Diamond Crystal Kosher salt – https://amzn.to/3OAjE3J
► Finishing Salt – https://amzn.to/3tYi2qJ
► Smoked Salt – https://amzn.to/3V5qArU
► Truff hot sauce – https://amzn.to/3VkTFiM
► Everything else is on my Amazon store – https://www.amazon.com/shop/smokingda…

*Some of these links are affiliate links. If you use them, I’ll receive a commission and it will help me make more content like this for my channel.

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