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What does AAA prime rib beef jerky taste like?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (19445points) August 20th, 2017

I only eat the outside tender parts. Can I make beef jerky with the inside part of the prime rib? Would it taste better? In an oven? I don’t have a smoker. When compared to beef jerky from the flank steak?

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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

My previous question I would eat it quickly so I shouldn’t worry about it going rancid.

zenvelo's avatar

It tastes like beef jerky.

Using an excellent cut of meat for such a process destroys the reason one pays a higher price for a better cut and grade. Don’t waste your limited income on ruining expensive meat.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

in my area costs Jerky about $10 US for 4 ounces (not prime). If you going to make your own it helps to have a delicatessen rotary slicer to get uniform slices. You’ll also need an oven that can hold 170* F or a dehydrator.
Maybe you can find another source; my COSTCO has Kirkland Premium Cut Steak Strips Dried Beef Jerky. It is uniform tender all the way through and easy to chew.

anniereborn's avatar

It tastes like salt, just like it all does.

Darth_Algar's avatar

Not really much point in using tender prime meat for something that is, by design, tough and dry.

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