Can you make biltong in a food dehydrator?

If you search for biltong on google, one of the frequently asked questions that pop up is about making biltong in a dehydrator.

I use a dehydrator to dehydrate meat for my doggie as treats and thought that I would give it a try.

The dehydrator I use you can get on Amazon for about £40.

I used the same technique that you will typically use to spice and prepare your biltong.

Because of the smaller size of the dehydrator, cut your biltong pieces into shorter strips and thinner.

Let the biltong strips lie in a vinegar or Worcestershire sauce for about 4 hours before you dust it with a mixture of roasted coriander, salt and black pepper.

Set the dehydrator to about 70 degrees Celcius or 110 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Lay the spiced biltong strips flat on the tray and flip them after about 4 hours.

I did not want the biltong to be too hard or dry, 

I take mine out as soon as the biltong is hard on the outside, taking about 9 to 10 hours.

The dried biltong strips could still bend without breaking.

For me, the biltong tastes the same whether I used the biltong box or the dehydrator.

The dehydrator dry the meat out a little more, is a little faster, and I think it will work well for biltong sticks.

What I like about the biltong box is that you can use thicker pieces that are wetter inside.