I regularly make jerky out of goose or venison. Despite using a meat slicer to cut the jerky up to 1/8" I have been finding more and more pellets lately after marinating the sliced goose meat and when I go to put it on the dehydrator. On rare occasions I or others have found one biting into the meet and on one occasion I friend broke a tooth. I have always warned folks that the goose jerky may have a pellet in there and they always say there is no way a pellet can be in a meat sliced that thin. so after finding two pellets this evening as I loaded the meat on the dehydrator I thought I would see if anyone has found a good device such as an inexpensive metal detector to use. I have a stud/metal detector that I use on the walls on occasion and thought of trying that on the next batch of goose breast but wondered if anyone had found anything else to try. Appreciate any advice!