Throughout our human history men would preserve meat by drying the meat into jerky. With new methods to preserve meat, such as chemicals and freezing, many people even today still enjoy the convenience and flavor of jerky, which, in the United States, is usually made from beef. But jerky can be made from deer, elk, chicken, turkey, and even bear. During the cooking process the fat and moisture are removed from the meat making the jerky a great source of healthy protein. Follow the steps in the video below to make the world easiest and best tasting beef jerky without a smoker, jerky gun, or dehydrator. No problem!