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Do you cook fish in the same cooker you cook beef and pork in?

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    #16
    No fish, no problem.

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      #17
      Fake news

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        #18
        Never had any "leftover" fishysmell in my wsm/kettle/gasser

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          #19
          Also, wouldn't that be true for the oven? Yea, no smoke but if you cook fish in the oven and the next day cook some beef/pork or whatever is the oven contaminated with smell of fish?
          No fish, no problem.

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            #20
            I’ve never had an issue cooking fish on any of my grills or smokers.

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              #21
              I must admit, I do get a little beefy hint in my fish

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                #22
                My cookers only have two words to say about the matter:

                FEED ME! Fish, pork, veggie tables, beefusses, allygator, shrimp makes no differnce, taste no differnce.

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                • Bogy
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                  FireMan It all tastes like chicken, right!

                #23
                I have been grilling/smoking fish and everything else on all my cookers for 35 years and I don't taste any connection to previous cooks at all. The wife (with the bionic nose) doesn't taste or smell anything either. I have been living in FL for 22 years and we cook different types of fish and oysters very often. Even something oily like mackerel doesn't leave a trace after I smoke it. Now I do clean all my cookers regularly so that may be the key.

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                  #24
                  Been mostly grilling (and occasionally smoking) salmon and other fish for decades. Never a problem with carryover stinkyness or taste ...

                  Now, reusing oil that's been used for frying fish is another story. Back in my USAF days, there was a roach coach on base that did exactly that ... for everything including fish and BACON . Needless to say, their BLT's were always a little ... "different" ... 🤮 ...

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                  • Elton's BBQ
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                    Haha.. yeah, that i belive.. 😆

                  #25
                  I only keep a dedicated cooker for kale because I am certainly not taking any chances that flavour wind up on my meat.

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                  • pkadare
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                    I prefer my kale with a silent k.

                  • ComfortablyNumb
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                    Myself as well, and I can honestly say I have a dedicated cooler for it.

                  • Dr. Pepper
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                    And, East of the Cascades do you also keep a dedicated smoker for arugula?

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