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I have been reading on here about the amazen smoke thingy. I have a mes and was wandering what this dose exactly. How would i use it in my mes.
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The A-MAZE-N will provide a continuous "thin blue smoke" regardless of the temperature. It is not dependent on an element cycling on-off as in an electric smoker. Also you can "cold smoke" using it. Great for cheese, garlic, onions etc. as it does not generate much heat.

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Yo Grim!!

 Right at the top of the page is the handy dandy search tool.

Under the line that has work Wiki.

Read the Wikis and use the search tool for tons of info.

 

 Here..like this...

 I put 'amazen mes" in it and now you have some great reading.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/search.php?search=amazen++mes 

 

Have fun and a great day!!

 

  Craig

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Originally Posted by grimreeper View Post

I have been reading on here about the amazen smoke thingy. I have a mes and was wandering what this dose exactly. How would i use it in my mes.


Best little invention since the invention of BBQ, It will smoke for 6-8 hrs and allow more time for your favorite beverages by not having to constantly add chips...

http://www.amazenproducts.com/

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Just orderd mine the other day and it is supposed to be here today!  I cannot wait, I feel like it is Christmas time.  It will be nice to not have to add chips to my MES all the time...

 

Phil

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Yea man, MES + AMSN. Like peanut butter & jelly. 

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Has anyone used this with regular hickory sawdust?

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Yup 

I have used it several times with Hicory. This unit is an AMAZIN smoker.  

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Hickory is the main dust I use.  However on my last cheese I used Cherry and it was great also...

 

The good thing is you can have all kinds of dust on hand and not take up a ton of space.  Todd has many great flavors available so I recomend getting some of each.

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