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Re: wild cherry wood


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Posted by Bob in Fla on March 12, 2012 at 21:43:44:

In Reply to: wild cherry wood posted by twolittlepigs on March 12, 2012 at 20:45:54:

No. It's a very TOXIC product. You MUST be certified to dispose of it.

You are in luck. I just happen to have the "Proper Credentials" to dispose of it for you. I'm in a good mood, too. Just ship it all to me, and I won't charge you a thing. You just pay the shipping.

'-)

Seriously, it can be a strong flavoring wood, but just let it cure a little longer and mix it with something else .. It gives a nice, reddish/mahogony color to the meat, too.

BOB


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