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Unread 11-22-2012, 08:10 AM   #1
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can i use black cherry wood in my smoker ? ive been told it can be toxic .
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Wild black cherry is some of the most sought after smoking wood around.
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Yes you can use it, no it is not toxic if you cook with it. And no, you don't need to remove the bark.
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thanks i wasnt sure . i just cut down a 60' tree last year and split it last weekend . i hated the thought of useing it for firewood in the backyard fireplace . is there any wood that cant be used ? i know about pine and the like but is there any kind that would be harmful ?
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I wouldn't use green cherry, as it does have hydrocyanic acid in the inner bark, but dried is fine and great smoking wood.
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It's great. Dries quickly, but burns quick too. My Lang chewed through all my cherry pretty quick. Yes, it's awesome to cook with - GET ALL OF IT YOU CAN! :)
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According to EPA regulations you cannot dispose of that toxic substance in PA. I can send you an address in Texas where the above regulations are not enforced.
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According to EPA regulations you cannot dispose of that toxic substance in PA. I can send you an address in Texas where the above regulations are not enforced.

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