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5-25-2010 @ 10:48AM
Not to mention that of all food types meat and grains keep the longest ( without modern preparation that is ). Dry 'em out and you're good to go. Jerky is ftw. Granted you can dehydrate any food, not just meat, but it was much more common practice to dry out your meat than it was to dry out your veggies. It's easier for one and less likely to attract insects because you do it over a firepit so bugs will not try to eat it. Plus you can also just toss your meat in a barrel full of salt and roll it around a bit then come back a year later when you get hungry ( Viking/Vrykul style ). The salt removes moisture from the meat and wards off/kills bugs like the smoke from a fire would.
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