TexasRob Walton’s has some great seasonings that you can try & we like the Sweet Chipotle & the Walton’s Bold a lot. The Bold is actually a little stronger. On the other hand, there is nothing wrong what so ever with using your own mix & if that has been working for you & you like the basic flavor, but want it a little stronger you can play around with it on your own. You can try adding small amounts of pepper flakes, maybe a teaspoon at a time until you get it where you like it. If you want it boulder, you can try adding Worcestershire Sauce, maybe a 1/4 cup at a time until you get it where you want it. If you want the flavor to be a little deeper, you can try using Soy Sauce, maybe 1/8 cup at a time, until you get it where you like it. Also, vacuum marinating whether you use a tumbler, a Five Minute Marinator, or just vacuum pack the marinated meat for a day, will help intensify your flavors. We also like using the smoker for the first 2-3 hours at the lower temperature ranges to give the meat a nice smoky flavor that goes a long way, before moving the meat into the dehydrator to finish at 165°. Don’t be afraid to use your imagination & experiment to find what you like the most. Just remember to follow some of the basic food safety rules & a good base marinate & you will be fine.
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