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PSMF Recipe – Korean Bul-Go-Gi and Taco Flavored Beef Jerky

Protein Sparing Modified Fast

Two recipes for flavored beef jerky.  One using a Korean Bul-Go-Gi (불고기) inspired marinade and the other using a Taco seasoning flavor.

First the Korean Bul-Go-Gi marinade.  Very easy marinade to make

1/2 C. Soy Sauce
1/2 C. Water
2 pkgs Artificial sweetner (I prefer NatraTaste)
2 cloves Garlic – minced
1/2 bunch Green Onions – chopped
Black pepper to taste






Now for the Taco flavored marinade

2 t. Morton Hot Salt
2 T Chili Powder
1 t Garlic Powder
1 t Cumin
2 t Onion Powder
4 T Apple Cider Vinegar
1 C. Water
1/2 Med Onion – diced

To add a little heat mix in 1 T Tobasco





Place the above mixes in ziploc freezer storage bags along with 1 pound of very thinly sliced flank/flap meat(trim as much fat away from the meat as you can) and make sure the meat is coated thoroughly.  Squeeze as much air out of the bag as possible and place laying flat in the refrigerator for 24 Hours

After marinating for 24 hours (or more) remove meat from the storage bags and pat dry to remove the excess moisture and the diced onions, etc…

Arrange the strips of beef on the racks of your dehydrator and run it per the manufacturers directions.

I like to turn the strips over every hour or so while they are drying.  Note that I also will put a few “smaller” pieces on the top rack so I can sample bits for doneness

Korean Bul-Go-Gi flavored meat in the dehydrator ready to go

Taco meat flavored beef ready to start drying too

When completed store the dried jerky in ziploc storage bags

The finished Korean Bul-Go-Gi strips

Finished Taco meat flavored Jerky

3 Responses to PSMF Recipe – Korean Bul-Go-Gi and Taco Flavored Beef Jerky

  • Lee says:

    I am also on this same diet and going to a woman doc in Scottsdale (perhaps the same one?). I am soooo glad I found these receipes as I was not given any type of receipe book (gonna ask on my first weigh in this Friday!). This is only my second week but I’m not gonna lie, it’s been difficult. I have 40 lbs to lose and I have already lost 8 according to my home scale. I’m curious if you are still on the diet or did you regain after and if so, how much? I saw you originally started in 2009. Again, thanks for these receipes as I believe these will help me stay on track as I’m loosing interest in food already!

  • Dave Riddle says:

    Just saw your comment. Sorry I did not reply sooner. How has the diet gone for you?

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