Originally Posted by Dr K
When I called Traeger awhile ago they said what I posted. Which ever coast I forget has Alder and the other coast Oak. These two woods are primarily for low ash and clean burning heat in their electric pellet smokers. Then the wood on the bag. Alder is mild and recommended for fish. Oak is stronger. I like the pecan traeger but the AMNTS is my go to tool for Traeger pellets. So to answer your question, yes I can taste that it's not 100% pecan, but very good.
Kurt, do you know if Todds Pecan Pellets are 100% Pecan or mixed with something else? I have some Todds Pecan but haven't used them yet.
I have wood chip Pecan also and of coarse it is really great in flavor, but I am trying to get away from wood chips. I currently have 8 flavors from Todd, but haven't tried all yet. Only the Jack Daniels, Pitmaster Choice, Mesquite, and Hickory is all I have tried so far.