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Re: Wood for Brisket


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Posted by Tom R on April 06, 2016 at 13:16:11:

In Reply to: Wood for Brisket posted by Barbecrew on April 06, 2016 at 09:20:44:

well good question. Any tree that produces a fruit or a nut can be used for smoking. So you need to ask yourself what you like for flavor. me I prefer hickory. in texas they prefer post oak. Pecan and oak in the midwest. The reason BBQers use a certain wood type in the region of the country they are in is because its whats available.



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