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1 2nd September 15:21
glen s
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I just picked up some crabapple wood from my neighbor who was cutting the tree down.

Is it worth the effort to cut & dry the wood for future smokings?

We really enjoy doing ribs, brisket & pork shoulder.

Thanks in advance for your feedback

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2 3rd September 06:25
edwin pawlowski
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I just picked up some crabapple wood from my neighbor who was cutting the
tree down.

Is it worth the effort to cut & dry the wood for future smokings?

We really enjoy doing ribs, brisket & pork shoulder.

Thanks in advance for your feedback


It has bee u sed. Rule of thumb is any fruit bearing or nut bearing tree is
good. Take a sliver and light it. Once it is burning, blow it out and
sniff the smoke. It should smell sweet enough to eat.
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3 3rd September 06:27
graemein london
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I've been using crab apple wood for a couple of years with no ill effects.

IMO, It's nigh impossible to differentiate any difference between crab apple
and eating apple wood.

Graeme
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4 3rd September 17:54
edwin pawlowski
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I bet a lot of people may disagree with that
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5 4th September 20:15
the reverend
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So you're saying it tastes the same to smoke with crabapple as it does to
eat regular apple wood? I guess I could try it but doesn't the bark get
stuck between your teeth?

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6 5th September 22:21
cam
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It is absolutely worth the effort. Crabapple wood is one of my
favourites. Take all you can.

Cam
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7 1st December 21:45
edwin pawlowski
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Default Crabapple Wood? OK or Not OK to use when Smoking


I just picked up some crabapple wood from my neighbor who was cutting the
tree down.

Is it worth the effort to cut & dry the wood for future smokings?

We really enjoy doing ribs, brisket & pork shoulder.

Thanks in advance for your feedback


It has bee u sed. Rule of thumb is any fruit bearing or nut bearing tree is
good. Take a sliver and light it. Once it is burning, blow it out and
sniff the smoke. It should smell sweet enough to eat.
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8 1st December 21:46
graeme...in london
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I've been using crab apple wood for a couple of years with no ill effects.

IMO, It's nigh impossible to differentiate any difference between crab apple
and eating apple wood.

Graeme
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9 1st December 21:46
edwin pawlowski
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I bet a lot of people may disagree with that
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10 2nd December 04:51
the reverend
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So you're saying it tastes the same to smoke with crabapple as it does to
eat regular apple wood? I guess I could try it but doesn't the bark get
stuck between your teeth?

--
The Honorable Reverend Fosco Gamgee Whitfurrows
and his 6" Boner
Speaking on behalf of hisTraveling Entourage of
Rotgut Drinkin' Religious Loonies
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