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Dehydrating Beef, using Pre-Cooked, Pre-Sliced Deli Roast Beef!
Today, dehydrating beef was on my dehydrating to-do list. I find it hard
to slice my own roast beef (I don't have an electric slicer), so I did
the next best thing, and bought the meat pre-sliced and pre-cooked!
NOTE: As with leftover
chicken from your Sunday Roast Dinner, you can slice up your roast beef –
as evenly as possible – and make them similar in size. This way, your
beef will dehydrate at the same rate of time.
Dehydrating Beef is Easy To Do!
Here are some photos of the sliced roast beef on the
dehydrator 'before' and 'after' dehydrating. Look at how much the roast beef slices shrank! This is normal.
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Where's The Beef?
If you're wondering, "Where's the beef?" I'm gonna test your knowledge of where that now famous line was used in a very successful ad campaign.
b) Burger King, or
Answer: at the very bottom of the page
Just like the sliced turkey, and sliced chicken,
it dehydrated beautifully AND re-hydrated very well too! I used a 7 oz.
plastic tub of Pre-Cooked Roast Beef from Target Stores.
The Roast Beef from Target filled all four of my Nesco Dehydrator trays, with about three slices on each tray. TWO hours later, it was fully dehydrated!
REMEMBER to turn the heat UP to 160°F
never dehydrate meat on a lower setting,
that's not safe (germ-wise).
REMEMBER to turn
the heat UP to 160°F
never dehydrate meat
on a lower setting,
that's not safe
Ideal Temperature to Use for Dehydrating Cooked Roast Beef
Cooked roast beef is best dehydrated at 160°F as mentioned
above – but please consult your food dehydrator's owners manual for
their specific instructions.
Shown above is a slice of roast beef held by its corner, to show you
how stiff the roast beef was after dehydrating.
I then took another
photo, just an hour later of the same piece of beef to show you how limp it was after
Re-hydrate in Beef Stock if You Wish!
IMPORTANT: re-hydrate in the refrigerator in CLEAN water. Don't leave it out on the counter top and let the expensive roast beef go bad! If you want to re-hydrate your beef in beef stock (imagine that!) then here's a link to the site called Better Than Bouillon.
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Answer to the "Where's the Beef?" question is:
c) Wendy's, way back in 1984!
Read about "Where's the Beef" here on Wiki!