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Old 08-25-2010, 09:57 AM
Location: LEAVING CD
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Ok y'all, I'm in a bit of a pickle. I/we dearly love chipped beef generally SOS but other things as well. We went to Shipshewana (sp?) and ended up at Yoders where we got a couple of pounds of dried beef shaved right off the roast. MAN WAS IT GOOD!
Anyway, we froze it and tried to stretch it as long as we could but ran out a couple of months ago, unfortunately we currently live in Arizona (where they've got NO clue as they think SOS is made with (yuk) hamburger.

So what I'm wondering is if someone could possibly fill me in on the Amish recipe for drying the beef so I can do it myself from what cut of roast to use, spices, drying method etc.
My tummy would be eternally greatful!
Did a google search with no joy but someone out there has to know something!
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