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Unread 06-08-2013, 05:47 PM   #1
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Default How long should i season Pignut hickory?

How long should i season pignut hickory that will be used as chunks in wsm.
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If you're seasoning whole logs, I think about 6 or more months. If you cut the logs into disks several inches thick to be split later into chunks, then a couple months will probably be enough. If you want it ready sooner, stick a couple chunks in an oven with a pilot light or in the cooker - on the food grate - when you're smoking something else.

When the wood starts to split, it should be ready.

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