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cheese temp

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First time smoking cheese does the cheese need to be room temp before starting

post #2 of 5

If is going to be on the smoker for a couple of hours I don't think it's a big deal.  I wouldn't smoke frozen cheese but the time it takes a  small chunk of cheese to come to room temp from ref temp is not that long.    Room temp is probably more important for large pieces of meat that will hold the colder temps longer

post #3 of 5
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Thank you very much live in south florida dont get many cool days like this its been out of frig for about a hr gonna go for it ty

post #4 of 5

On warm days, I take the cheese out of the refrigerator and onto my Traeger. On cool days, it's probably not so important to have the cheese chilled. 

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thank you capt

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