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Re: Wood Flavor Question


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Posted by Candy Sue on April 17, 2012 at 13:56:27:

In Reply to: Wood Flavor Question posted by billinmd on April 16, 2012 at 22:02:43:

Is your wood dry or green? If it's dry and you store it in a tub it won't mold, but green wood may get funky. Assuming your wood is green, when you chunk it, it'll dry faster. When it's dry it's going to burn up quicker (i.e. less smoke) in a BGE or BWS. Do you soak the unflavorful wood? If it's a burn-up situation, try storing wood chunks in water (not for a long period of time, change water frequently) and see if the flavor comes back.


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