Originally Posted by columbia1
That stuff is JUNK, I will gladly drive up your way and properly dispose of it!!
IMHO, alder is the only way to go!!
Alder is the traditional wood for smoking salmon in Finland. It is also quite common in the northwest USA. Unfortunately where I'm at, alder for smoking is not so easy to come by. I did manage to find a source of alder for smoking salmon,
... and yes, I did use the clean stuff, fresh from the bag. I haven't experimented with the "seasoned" wood chips.
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