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Date Posted: 18:48:07 05/20/03 Tue
Author: John Mc
Author Host/IP: on-tor-blr-a58-01-512.look.ca /
Subject: Re: Apple Wood
In reply to: Brad Vardy 's message, "Apple Wood" on 13:25:22 05/17/03 Sat

Hi Brad,

I like to use apple wood for smoking brisket. Usually I use 50% apple and 50% oak. Normally I don't debark, but like Earl says, if it falls off, then no harm to remove it.

As for letting it dry... use some when it is green. That way it smoulders instead of burning. Normally you would soak dry wood chunks in water for an hour or so to help replenish the moisture.

Happy Smoking..


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