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Unread 01-27-2013, 04:45 AM   #1
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Default Stainless Steel Mesh Strainer Cold Smoker

I read a thread on here ages ago about using a SS mesh strainer with the middle pushed up as a cold smoking device.

Yesterday, I finally picked one up from the supermarket (for the heady price of £2.75!), pushed the middle up, loaded it with some pretty coarse hickory shards / dust and lit it using a tealight.

It worked fantastically! The Mrs. said that the cheddar I smoked was some of the best she had ever had :)

So, to the original poster; Thank You!

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Any pics?
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Not at the minute Mate....next time I use it I'll take some pics :)
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Great job on smoking cheddar....

It will taste even better if you let it rest in a sealed package for a few days to a week.
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Yes, please post some pics. I'd love to see the technique so I can give it a try.
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Great job on smoking cheddar....

It will taste even better if you let it rest in a sealed package for a few days to a week.
Cheers Dude. Yeah, I usually wrap the cheese in greaseproof paper, kitchen roll,then some clingfilm and finally keep it in a Tupperware box in the fridge for at least three days.....but, new toy and all that!!!
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