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Drying meat

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timdri1

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I think it would be great to give the player the possibility to dry their meat, so the meat lasts longer. It would be cool if you can create something like a dry rack (I don't know the english word for a small shack where you dry meat) for the meat .
 

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I think it would be great to give the player the possibility to dry their meat, so the meat lasts longer. It would be cool if you can create something like a dry rack (I don't know the english word for a small shack where you dry meat) for the meat .
something like a smokehouse it what i would call it. a place you can cure meat. or could use something like aluminum sheetings, etc. would prob need salt to make it work.
 

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I want to bump this thread up cause I was just thinking of it. The smoke house I built for hunting season is a small 4x4x6 plywood simple shack with single wall stove pipe underground routing to a "furnace" (old charcoal bowl cooker) that uses just the smoke to cook the meat. This would be a good way of preserving meat when you do not have genny power to your structure. The things you would need are:

5 plywood sheets
10 2x4x6 boards
2 metal hinges
1 piece of rope (for door handle/locking from other animals)
1 box of nails
1 hammer
1 screw driver (to remove the legs of the barbeque)
1 6 foot steel pipe (6" in diameter)
1 1 foot steel pipe (6" in diameter)
1 metal mesh screen

Something like this but mine is way more basic and redneck :)

 

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Smokehouse1-1024x768.jpg Something like this would also work, its the most basic you can get but it works a charm. Great way to preserve your meat.
 
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