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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:
I'll try and figure out how to post a picture of the chainsaw carving I did. It was tough wood to work with. In 4 months the carving is about 2/3 the original weight, and the trees were standing dead when cut. The carving did split some, but not as much as I had feared. The smell when sawing was even strange. I was surprised to find people recommending it on several websites. I'm guessing the guys at the deer classic had read about it, and not smoked with it. We have yet to hear from anyone who uses it.
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