We have some antelope in the freezer that's ground for jerky. We usually mix it with beef and make burgers, but I figured I should try actually making jerky out of it. After all, we have a dehydrator and everybody likes jerky. I ordered a jerky gun, and since this is a first attempt I bought a sampler pack of seasonings from High Mountain.
The jerky gun won't be here for a few days, but I wanted to try this out this weekend. Luckily, Albertsons had London Broil on sale. The guy in the meat department was even nice enough to slice it for me, 1/4" thick against the grain. There wasn't much fat left to be trimmed off, but I removed a little bit this afternoon and seasoned it. Went with the High Mountain original blend seasoning.
They say to let it marinate 24 hours, since some slices are a little thick I think I'll let it go 25 or 26 and put it in the dehydrator tomorrow afternoon.