Gas Mask? Seriously!
I fired up my Jambo yesterday and cooked some ribs and brisket. The nature of the all wood cooking beast results in a lot of smoke. The hair on my right arm has been singed off and I have had a sinus headache all freaking day due to the smoke that I had to contend with from the cook.
Here is the question, do any of the brethren use a gas mask and filter when cooking using all wood? I'm seriously considering it. The pain in my sinuses from the smoke isn't enough to make me stop barbecuing meat but it is enough to make me start looking for solutions.
I know a couple of guys (nationally known, BTW) who are very sensitive to the smoke from their smokers. One of them has resorted to a gas mask. The other one hasn't that I know of so far.
So, anyone else considering a gas mask?
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