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post #21 of 38
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Can you take a close up pic?  Im really curious about these now :)

 

I'll take a pic when I get home tonight. They look like regular pellets, but are smaller and crumbly. Still burn just fine.

post #22 of 38

What do they smell/taste like vs say hickory?

post #23 of 38
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Originally Posted by Pork Dork View Post

Yes but how much isThe shipping going to cost to Napa CA? grilling_smilie.gif


o., i didnt think about that...

post #24 of 38
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Originally Posted by mummel View Post
 

What do they smell/taste like vs say hickory?

 

Very sweet smoke. Smells like roasting corn. Doesn't have the "tang" of hickory. They can be used alone (there are a couple of mail order places in Vermont that sell cob-smoked ham and bacon), or in a combination. I use it with cherry (another fairly sweet smoke) to get that good mahogany color on my bacon.

post #25 of 38

I'm going to buy some to check it out. 

post #26 of 38

Says $9.99 for me.  OUTRAGEOUS!! HAHAHAHA.

post #27 of 38

But I dont know.  I know there is no "food grade" pellet out there, but I doubt that if animals are going to dump on it, the manufacturer is taking care of what chemicals accidentally get into the pelllets.  I dont know. 

post #28 of 38

It's up to you. But there are many folks here who use it.

post #29 of 38

Pops Thanks for the lead, I picked up a bag on my way home from Ga. $9.99 

Richie

post #30 of 38
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Originally Posted by Mr T 59874 View Post
 

Good find on the pellets Pop's, will check them out in my area, thanks.

 

As I am always in search for a distinct flavor, I will also see if the used ones can be purchased. Do you think they would have to be dried in the microwave. I would imagine so.  th_dunno-1[1].gif

 

Thanks again,

 

Tom


They do soak up moisture easily. They burn extremely well when they are dry. I use them on bacon.

post #31 of 38
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They do soak up moisture easily. They burn extremely well when they are dry. I use them on bacon.

I did a tray of them,during the week to reseason my smoker.Had them in the CC took a long time to get them dry that way.This morning I nuked a half tray.Lit it at 8:30 in the mailbox and it is pumping TBS.

Richie

post #32 of 38
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I did a tray of them,during the week to reseason my smoker.Had them in the CC took a long time to get them dry that way.This morning I nuked a half tray.Lit it at 8:30 in the mailbox and it is pumping TBS.

Richie


I burn em sometimes just to have the smoke smell around the patio...haha

post #33 of 38

I'm sold on trying them. For ten dollars, it's worth the 8 mile drive to pick up a bag. My wife was just looking at my stash of different pellets asking why I need so much. She doesn't know about the shipment on the truck coming today from Todd. What's another 40 pounds anyway:32:?

post #34 of 38
post #35 of 38

I had an in-law pick me up a 40 lb. bag at a store 60 miles from me. Right after that, a new store opened about 15 miles away. :icon_rolleyes:  This bag should last me at least 2 years, maybe 3.

post #36 of 38
McNeeley,
Not sure what you're smoking on but am I wrong in assuming that it can be mixed in with the other pellets when using a pellet smoker or am I wrong?
PS
I'm a newbie so I'm willing to be wrong. sausage.gif
post #37 of 38

If you're talking about a pellet pooper like a Traeger, that I don't have any experience with.  Perhaps someone who does can chime in?

 I use an AMNPS to burn the pellets inside my MES30, and fridge conversion electric smokers. Any combination can be used in an AMNPS.

post #38 of 38

If anyone hasn't tried corn cobs, I highly recommend it.  Nice sweet smoke.

 

Reminds me of my aunt cooking on the corn cob fired range... way back when.  Actually a separate building to store corn cobs. Not open like this crib.  Covered hole in the roof to fill the building with cobs from an elevator:

 

web-corn-elevator.jpg

 

Good luck and good smoking.

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