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Unread 12-24-2011, 03:40 PM   #1
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so has anyone ever hot smoked meats with sawdust? IE, a pork butt with saw dust? haha. just curious. i have seen people smoke fish, such as alton brown, with sawdust but the temps where around 160*F and he cooked the fish to 150*F but i am wondering if saw dust will work for 250*F range.

oh, and how does one make there own sawdust from chuns? is there a special mulcher or grinder? thanks.

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This doesn't answer your question about smoking pot buts and such with sawdust. I just wanted to say that I cut my split 24" logs in half so I have twice as much 12" split logs. The shorter logs fit my firebox better. Any way I sweep up the sawdust and bag it, I then use the sawdust in a metal wood chip box in my gasser.


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LOLOL, i know it was an odd question moose, but hey, i have seen people smoke weird things and use weird things to smoke. After seeing alton brown use sawdust for fish, i was wonderin if it would work for other bbq. haha. oh and how to make your own. i dont have logs, just chunks so it might be better for me to find a cabnet shop and get some from them as long as its hickory and un processed. haha.
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