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Unread 10-02-2012, 03:26 PM   #31
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The Kapn gave what sounds like a good idea, I have tried masks and they are a pain in the arss, this from someone that has been a spray painter for many years of my life.

Set on a table or chair behind or off to the side and turn it on just before opening the pit and off again when done or the fire may spike up from the added wind. I have often wondered about adding an exhaust fan like some larger more expensive smokers have.
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Er...ah an electric smoker?
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why don't you just switch to cooking in a crockpot?

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I wonder if a Carmagnolle is going to far?
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Have you spoke to your physician?
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Boshizzle, I don't have a solution, but I do feel your pain. There are many meals (after a long smoke) that I just don't enjoy because I have a headache and/or I have inhaled so much smoke that I can't really taste the food. I think I manage my fire pretty well, but hey, when you throw on a new split - there's gonna be some smoke!

Hey, if you think it's a true allergic reaction, you might try an OTC allergy medicine in the morning before you start smoking. Or, pop an all-day pain med like Naproxen for the headache. (Just call me Dr. Feelgood.)
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Boshizzle, I don't have a solution, but I do feel your pain. There are many meals (after a long smoke) that I just don't enjoy because I have a headache and/or I have inhaled so much smoke that I can't really taste the food. I think I manage my fire pretty well, but hey, when you throw on a new split - there's gonna be some smoke!

Hey, if you think it's a true allergic reaction, you might try an OTC allergy medicine in the morning before you start smoking. Or, pop an all-day pain med like Naproxen for the headache. (Just call me Dr. Feelgood.)
Yep, I enjoy the BBQ the next day much more than just after I cook it.

I don't think it's allergies. I just think that my sinuses are sensitive to irritation from the smoke. The Jambo is a bit bigger than my other smokers and the smoke, even though clear or whiffs of blue, is a bit more intense because I cook on it using all wood. And, it's hard to reach meat in the Jambo when spritzing or arranging without sticking my head pretty close to cooking area.
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