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I am a personal fan of the weed torch - fast and portable.
Alternate uses: Melting ice off of sidewalk in a hurry. Burning tent worms off of tree Eliminating weeds Acting out WW2 flamethrower scenarios Running down people with it as I am dressed as the devil during Halloween
Looks like your first run was a great success Mike. As you do more and more my advice would be to try to experiment with your cook temperature a bit. I have found that drying the jerky at temps lower than 180 (at the grid) has given me a product with a better chew. Of course, your cook time will rise quite a bit.
Example...my last run was 4lbs of jerky at ~160 degrees. Took about 13 hours for everything to be done. (some coming around 10.5-12 hr mark).
Good luck and welcome to the addicting world of Jerky.