Courtesy of Kate Payne.
Fish jerky works best when made from filets of lean fish such as flounder, cod, redfish, snapper or grouper. Fatty fish, such as tuna and salmon, will work for jerky, but will result in a much shorter shelf life of less than 1 week. It took approximately 5 hours to dehydrate ¾-pound of redfish via the dehydrator and yielded one 12-ounce jar of finished jerky.
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