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In Reply to: wild cherry wood posted by twolittlepigs on March 12, 2012 at 20:45:54:
It's good stuff. I usually mix it with white oak and hickory. Be sure to split it and let it dry for at least 3 months before using in your smoker. The sapwood has a tendency to smell like burning styrofoam if it's not cured out properly.
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