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Date Posted: 13:25:22 05/17/03 Sat
Author: Brad Vardy
Author Host/IP: Ottawa-ppp-199027.sympatico.ca /
Subject: Apple Wood

I'm looking for some info on using apple wood. I have a New Braunfels side box smoker, in which I burn lump charcoal, hardwoods, and chips for flavour. We have just done some serious pruning on an apple tree on the property we purchased, and I'd like to use some of the wood for the smoker (after it dries).

My question is, do I have to de-bark the wood first? I know the bark on most trees gives a very acrid smoke, is this the case with apple?

Thanks in advance,

Brad Vardy

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