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Cheese cloth??

post #1 of 8
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I was wondering if anyone has used cheese cloth to smoke cheese like wet the cloth so the smoke will hold to it or soak in wine and then smoke it just some questions i was wanting to know if any pro smokers have tried.

And yes i have smoked cheese and yes it's good everyone likes it, I am not a newbie in smoking meat or cheese just want to know more lol will appreciate the feed back.

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I was wondering if anyone has used cheese cloth to smoke cheese like wet the cloth so the smoke will hold to it or soak in wine and then smoke it just some questions i was wanting to know if any pro smokers have tried.

And yes i have smoked cheese and yes it's good everyone likes it, I am not a newbie in smoking meat or cheese just want to know more lol will appreciate the feed back.

In my opinion, water and smoke create an acidic, acrid smoke flavor, similar to acid rain....  I don't smoke any food that is wet.....  

 

Dave

post #3 of 8

I dry it before I smoke it. Same with sausage or bacon or sticks.

Happy smoken.

David

post #4 of 8
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OK thanks that makes sense
 

post #5 of 8
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Thanks

post #6 of 8

always dry in my opinion for what it is worth.

 

tom

post #7 of 8

all i use cheese cloth for is to wrap rabbit in when grilling or smoking it

post #8 of 8
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OK thanks had to find out
 

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