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Macadamia wood smoke

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has anyone ever used this for smoking, I'm doing my 1st attempt at cheese and just for double jepoardy using a wood i have not used before!

post #2 of 8

Aloha J,

 

I live close to  a macadamia nut orchard and the owner lets me have all the wood I want for my Smokes.  The the wood gives off a very subtle nutty  smoke and I've used it for smoking ribs, marlin, and wild pig.   I think it will do well with cheese. 

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Cool! I guess I'll know for sure in a few hrs, only sliced a couple of chunks 1/2 " thick, 2" x 3" so I dont think it will need more than 2 hrs

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OOH the flavour just goes on and on! didnt think a piece of colby could be so flavourfull!

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Wow, all the exotic woods you guys get. Around here the only wood that is plentiful is oak.

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And those ugly ass pine trees Al. LOL.

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And those ugly ass pine trees Al. LOL.



Exotic....lol ... just wait til i start on about using Pohutukawa wood! richest most flavoursome smoke around.

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Exotic....lol ... just wait til i start on about using Pohutukawa wood! richest most flavoursome smoke around.



Well if you ever come to Florida on vacation, bring us a suitcase full so we can see for ourselves.

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