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Unread 01-20-2010, 11:52 AM   #1
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I am doing a test run for a pig roast and i ahve some fresh burlap that smells of linn seed oil or some other kind of smelly oily smell

anyone know how to get this smell out.

I am going to place it over the whole pig to keep it miost after its been on for about 3-4 hrs on the smoker.

any help is appriciated.

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Weedburner. :)
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I don't think you'll want it in your smoker or on the pig. Find something else.

And I'd like to see pics if you use a weed burner. Remember all good cooks have a fire extinguisher ready.
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linseed oil is edible but its also flammable. if it were me id get different burlap. using a weed burner is just gonna set it on fire.
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Well ok I guess I should go back tot he drawing board and see what else I need to use to keep the pig moist.

Thanks guys and gals and Im gonna post pictures of the whole event.

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linseed oil is edible but its also flammable. if it were me id get different burlap. using a weed burner is just gonna set it on fire.
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K went to a fabric store and got some mislin, same premiss no smell!!!!!!!

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Go to joanne's fabrics or something like that and get a bolt of cheese cloth.
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