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post #21 of 27

i figured that, timber. moist was talking 250.  i just haven't had results i like with higher temps, so i thot he might like to try a lower temp to see what happens.

 

i suppose some things are better with high heat but i haven't found them. someone mentioned to me he likes 250 n up because it saves time

i'm not in a hurry. i find the process fun, tho i'll leave grilling to you boys.. .

post #22 of 27
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How long do you dry out your wood you find? I was given some apple tree branches but I was told to leave it for 6 months or so to dry out
post #23 of 27
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How long do you dry out your wood you find? I was given some apple tree branches but I was told to leave it for 6 months or so to dry out

Now that does depend on if they were dead when they came down. I keep a pile in my driveway on the gravel and it cooks dry pretty fast. that is if the sun were ever to come out. It is foggy here for months at a time. Yes, as a general rule wood needs to season but smaller branches can season up pretty quick with the right weather conditions. If you have a covered area or a heated garage you can speed up the process a bit. If you cut it up and spread the pieces out you might get em dry faster too.

post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by susieqz View Post
 

i figured that, timber. moist was talking 250.  i just haven't had results i like with higher temps, so i thot he might like to try a lower temp to see what happens.

 

i suppose some things are better with high heat but i haven't found them. someone mentioned to me he likes 250 n up because it saves time

i'm not in a hurry. i find the process fun, tho i'll leave grilling to you boys.. .

I have one example in my head suze and that is flank steak. Hot and fast there. After cold smoking of course. Hahaha...

post #25 of 27

timber, what temp does a steak need? the traeger gets to 400, but that's kinda low.

post #26 of 27

I'm sure that pellet grill get's hot enough for steak. I 'm not sure the exact temp. I am so dang addicted to low and slow I can't hardly remember the last time I grilled anything.

post #27 of 27

 me too. if i have a steak i saute  it. kinda wish i could add some smoke taste tho. it's my fav spice.

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