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Unread 02-12-2013, 08:37 PM   #1
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Default Grape vine?

Has anyone ever used wild grape vine for smoking? Seasoned of course.... Just wonder how it is or would do.
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Yep.Use it a lot.It is mild.
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It's mild and tart.
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Grapevines are great on most white or pink meats, including chicken, turkey, pork and fish.

Tart but milder and slightly sweeter than Hickory. Aromatic like other fruit woods. But if you put too much in the fire the tartness can become an overpowering element to the meat.
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Love it with pork lamb and bunches of scallion!
Yep, scallion!
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thanks gang!! looks like I am going to go and cut me some vines this weekend then! Got plenty out by the house.

I figure they will season in 6 months... any comments on that theory?
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