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smoking wood chunks with bark

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  • Mr. Bones
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    Always delighted to be of any assistance; It's mainly what we'uns do here, help each other out, Mike.

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  • klflowers
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    +1 on Fruita. They have good product. Always have a box on hand these days.

  • Mike99
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    You guys are fast! Thanks to everyone!

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  • Mike99
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    These have a nice selection. Thanks

  • Henrik
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    +1 on this.

  • Steve R.
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    Yeah, unless the bark is damp (and I'm sure it's all kiln dried) I wouldn't worry about it. I would prefer to have all actual wood, though, so I might take that into consideration when it's time to reorder.

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  • Mr. Bones
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    As far as a good source fer smoker wood, I use Fruita fer stuff I cain't source locally. I've always been very pleased with their products, an customer service.
    Last edited by Mr. Bones; July 13, 2020, 09:17 AM.

  • HawkerXP
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    If the bark is still attached and not rotten I use it. No noticeable effect.

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  • Mr. Bones
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    I cook with bark an all, stickburner, weber, whatever have ya, fer decades, with no bad effects. Ya can skin it all off, if ya want, but I personally wouldn't waste my own time doin so.

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  • Mike99
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    smoking wood chunks with bark

    Just bought some wood chunks from an vendor online. This vendor has a good rep. for their sauces and rubs. So, I opened the bag of chunk apple wood and every single piece has tree bark on it. I am not talking a little but at least half of the circumference is tree bark. In previous readings I thought I had read that bark was to be avoided. Am i correct is that the case? If in fact this is an undesirable situation could some please recommend a source of bark-less or near so wood chunks. Many Thanks!

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