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Mixing different wood

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Thread Starter 
Just wondering if anyone had experimented with mixing different woods together?
post #2 of 8
I do it often. Usually pecan mixed with something. Depending on the meat it might be apple or cherry. I usually let hickory run by itself.
post #3 of 8
Yup, mixing a strong wood with a lighter wood works.
post #4 of 8

I buy a 20lb bag hardwood blend ... maple, beach and birch .. I will also add some softwood dust to the mix as well

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Thanks for the helpful information,it's greatly appreciated.
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I buy a 20lb bag hardwood blend ... maple, beach and birch .. I will also add some softwood dust to the mix as well


Brican, morning..........  Out of curiosity, what softwoods do you add....  are they added to certain cuts of meat's smoke.....

 

 

Dave

post #7 of 8

I usually mix fruit woods with hickory or mesquite I only use mesquite for brisket though.

post #8 of 8

Think of it as similar to whiskey - there are single-malts, and there are blends.

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