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Wood, Chips or Pellets?

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Which do you use?

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I use chips in all my smoking. Put a layer of fine chip on the bottom of the chip pan and than a layer of bigger chips. The smaller chips get smoking fast and they get the larger ones going. I have never used pellets, I can't comment. But why would you use pellets when they are so many types of wood in chip form. They also come in so many sizes. You can buy them by the bag or in bulk. And last, do not soak your wood chips.

This is my opinion.

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I use chips in all my smoking. Put a layer of fine chip on the bottom of the chip pan and than a layer of bigger chips. The smaller chips get smoking fast and they get the larger ones going. I have never used pellets, I can't comment. But why would you use pellets when they are so many types of wood in chip form. They also come in so many sizes. You can buy them by the bag or in bulk. And last, do not soak your wood chips.

This is my opinion.


Do you use charcoal at all?

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Not when I'm smoking. I don't think my smoker would work with charcoal. I have a friend that uses charcoal, but he has a green egg. I have a smoke vault 24.

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In my WSMs I use chunks. In my MES I use pellets in the AMNPS
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It really depends on what type of smoker you have and what your doing.
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It really depends on what type of smoker you have and what your doing.

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