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Discussion in 'Smoking Bacon' started by 1-wheel, Jan 7, 2011.
can i use alder sawdust that i used in a wsm' in a a mazen smoker?
As long as it is about the same consistancy it should work fine
If the sawdust has been outside, you may think about putting in the microwave for 20-30 seconds, just to be sure it is dry. It's all good my friend.
My question is this, where did ya get the alder sawdust? Was it from a door or cabinet shop's dust collector or is this coming from a good, clean source. If it's clean and not contaminated with everything else that ends up in a shop's dust collector, then it should be good to go..
it won'tstay lit maybe i'll try the microwave thank's'for the help
Keep us posted. These threads are great for other people exploring different things.
nuked the sawdust' .that did the trick thank's for the infosaved me a bunch of $$$$$
I haven't tried it yet, but I've been told the best smoke for Salmon is Alder.
Last year I had a lot of Salmon and no Alder.
Now I got Alder & no Salmon.
Up here in the NW, alder is pretty much the go-to wood for salmon, works nice with other meats, too.