Hey I noticed this and thought I'd chime in, I make it each week and it only takes about 10 minutes to prepare and no special equipment. Slice your inside round cut against the grain at about an eighth of an inch thick. Toss it in a ziplock bag and soak it in Worcesterchire sauce, with a good shot of honey and another of habanero or tabasco sauce. Give your pepper grinder 20 cranks over it and then squish it all up together in the bag, then refrigerate overnight. Next day spread the pieces out over a baking rack ontop of a cookie sheet, without letting any pieces overlap. Put it in the oven on the lowest setting (mine only goes down to 170º but some go lower) and leave the door 8 or 9 inches open. Taste a piece after 90 minutes, should be good. If still too rare to keep long leave it in longer.
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I make my own jerky or dried beef for the kids school lunches. My butcher slices up a Baron of Beef on "18" and I season or marinade the slices and slap them onto my Dehydrator trays for a few hours until dried. The teachers and kids at school rave about them too. :) Super easy and less than $1 a big sheet of jerky. Dehydrators can be found at any store like Walmart for about $40.