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      A few years ago when we got a new range I saved the oven racks from the old one. I got some 1/2 square steel hardware cloth and cut it to the size of the racks and then attached it to them with small zip ties.
      Then I would lay the strips on the racks to dry. It’s way easier than hanging them with tooth picks like I had been doing.



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      A few years ago when we got a new range I saved the oven racks from the old one. I got some 1/2 square steel hardware cloth and cut it to the size of the racks and then attached it to them with small zip ties.
      Then I would lay the strips on the racks to dry. It’s way easier than hanging them with tooth picks like I had been doing.



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      Hope that isn't what you're using unless you like a little zinc poisoning to go with your jerky.
       
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      A few years ago when we got a new range I saved the oven racks from the old one. I got some 1/2 square steel hardware cloth and cut it to the size of the racks and then attached it to them with small zip ties.
      Then I would lay the strips on the racks to dry. It’s way easier than hanging them with tooth picks like I had been doing.



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      Another person commented, but it’s worth repeating. DO NOT use galvanized ANYTHING to cook food on. This stuff is ridiculously toxic.

      I do some welding/fabricating on the side, and I will tell u most welders won’t take on jobs that require welding galvanized material for any amount of money. And I mean u can literally not pay them enough to weld the stuff.

      Go with stainless or mild steel or even aluminum, but stay away from galvanized.
       
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      A few years ago when we got a new range I saved the oven racks from the old one. I got some 1/2 square steel hardware cloth and cut it to the size of the racks and then attached it to them with small zip ties.
      Then I would lay the strips on the racks to dry. It’s way easier than hanging them with tooth picks like I had been doing.



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      That's a nice work-around! Pretty slick. Thank you
       

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