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Your first hand experience trumps the articles I read

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Posted by Don, Dueling Bubbas on March 08, 2016 at 18:28:56:

In Reply to: Re: Several Internet Mentions That It's OK For BBQ'n posted by Juggy D Beerman on March 08, 2016 at 17:56:17:


Your first hand experience trumps the articles I read on the internet.

Someone did send me an article on how in Alaska cottonwood is used in cold smoking game for a couple of days.

Could be the low cord rating adds to its use in cold smoking.

Regarding wet wood, either from being green/not aged or from added moisture, it all stinks until it gets to the point where the moisture content is as it should be... unfortunately if the wood is really wet by the time it gets there it's pretty much ashes.

Wonder if the different types of cottonwood have different characteristics regarding the usefulness as a cooking wood?

Again, I recognize your experience with this wood, I've only read about the stuff.

Beers To You & All Respect,


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