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Unread 06-27-2013, 05:30 PM   #1
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Talking Fresh cut wood

I just got a pretty good deal on fresh cut apple and pear wood. I split some of it into smaller pieces and sat it outside hoping it would dry pretty fast. Usually how long will I have to wait before I can smoke with it? Some other apple that I got last month, looks like it is drying good. The color is getting a little darker and its starting to get little splits in it.
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Unread 06-27-2013, 05:56 PM   #2
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fruit should be good to go fresh cut... just use less of it than you would dry wood.. 3 months go for it like you would with dry wood..
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I have used fresh cut apple pieces for smoke flavor on butts and chicken. The peach should also be good to use right away, also.
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Don't waste your time. Send it to me and I'll season it for you.
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Does bark on the wood need to be removed for smoking?
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I never remove it.
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no don't remove it.. there is no real benefit to removing it.. and its less work!
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