Thread: Post Oak Wood
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Old 08-27-2015, 11:33 AM   #3
OakeyBBQ
Found some matches.
 
Join Date: 08-19-15
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Originally Posted by cseymour45 View Post
I grew up in Iowa and have only recently lived in Texas for 6 years. My dad and I always used Oak in Iowa (white or red), I highly doubt your customers would ever be able to tell any difference. I would probably fail in a blind fold test and I have used both for years. I don't think it's worth the time in shipping for you to try and get post oak from TX. Find some farmer or anyone with land and seasoned oaks, get you a saw and cut up your own. Save some serious cash. Your Texas style is going to come from only burning wood, seasoning used and sauce styles IMO.
Thanks for your response. I was thinking it would be difficult to tell the difference for the vast majority of people. Myself included.
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