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Unread 12-11-2011, 08:49 PM   #1
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Default Cheeze pleeze,cold smoked.....

This is SO STUPID EASY! Soldering iron,bean can,wood chips.Cold smoke in ANY weather.If it's hot out,fill the waterpan with ice to keep the temp down.These make great Christmas "Happys".















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whoops you said it was a soldering gun! lol that is a fantastic idea

do you have pics of finished product too?
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Unread 12-11-2011, 08:57 PM   #3
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No kidding? This seems so easy. What am I missing?
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whoops you said it was a soldering gun! lol that is a fantastic idea

do you have pics of finished product too?

It states soldering IRON.

Freezer Ziplocs and into the fridge for a week or two to mellow.A necessary step indeed.

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No kidding? This seems so easy. What am I missing?

Nothing.It IS that easy.
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Cheese looks awesome!

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Love it. Very ingenious.
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great job! I've heard that it's best to mellow it as well. Just curious, how long did you leave it in the smoke and what type of wood?
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Looks good :)
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great job! I've heard that it's best to mellow it as well. Just curious, how long did you leave it in the smoke and what type of wood?

In the smoke for 90 minutes.I used Jack Daniels wood chips.I will rest in the fridge,in the freezer ziplocs for at LEAST a week,maybe 10 days.These were 8 oz blocks.
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Looks good! wanna try this. I think it's JUST starting to cool down here (and when I say that I mean 70's at night ) This is on the list. Thanks for the reminder.

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Smoked cheese is just the best!

Not sure if you Guys can get these on the other side of the pond but a Pro Q Cold Smoke Generator is awesome.

A fine mesh square that you fill with dust and let smoulder....lasts about 10 to 12hrs on 100grams of dust...here it is, Mods, please, if this deemed incorrect, please remove the link - I have no affiliation to this company (indeed, I bought mine elsewhere)

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That is WAAAAAYY too easy. Here I was trying to engineer a new way to create cold smoke - you totally dumbed it down. Awesome, I'm going to steal your idea! Thank you!
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Nice, I love smoked cheese. Thanks for sharing.
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Great lookin' cheese Hoss!!
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