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Pemmican

1 lb Jerky (venison, beef, etc)
2 tb Brown sugar
2 oz Raisins
5 oz Suet


The Indians used pemmican as a trail food. It keeps well for long periods of time.

Run dry jerky through a food grinder a few times until it is the consistency of fine meal. For each pound of jerky meal, add 2 ounces of raisins and 2 tablespoons of brown sugar. When the mixture is well blended, melt the suet and stir it in. The result when the suet hardens and cools is pemmican. There are many variations on this simple theme.



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