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Smoking up 5 pounds of cheese curd

post #1 of 15
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I grabbed a 5# bag of curd for some smoked goodies,spread out on Todds' Qmatz from Amazen products

 

Smoked for 3 hours with the AMNPS and apple pellets, notice the nice color .

 

I have some special bags with resealable tops so I can snack and reseal. All packed and ready for a rest but I did snack while packing and they taste great now .

 


Thanks for looking and Happy New Year all !!!!!!

post #2 of 15
Looks great! I need to get some more of those bags.
post #3 of 15

Snackolicious! those curds really produce a great color.

 

Happy New Year to you my friend.

post #4 of 15

I wish I could find a place that would have that big of a bag of curds. I can only find small little maybe 1/2 bags. :(

post #5 of 15

I gotta look to see if I can find them here.

 

They look good.   Nice with beer and snack sticks.

post #6 of 15
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DS2003, those bags work with a vacmaster system .

post #7 of 15
Nice job on the curds CM, they look great ! I have a Vacmaster 140, I need to look into them bags your using there... they look handy !
post #8 of 15
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Originally Posted by CrazyMoon View Post

DS2003, those bags work with a vacmaster system .

Yes they do! I should have ordered more when I ordered my vacmaster. Which showed up this morning!!!
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Yes they do! I should have ordered more when I ordered my vacmaster. Which showed up this morning!!!


DS2003, You are going to love  your vacmaster. Those bags are the 3 mil zippered 8x10 jobbies, I use them for curd and especially for jerky .

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Nice job on the curds CM, they look great ! I have a Vacmaster 140, I need to look into them bags your using there... they look handy !


Justin, They are the 3 mil zippered 8x10 bags .Sorry for the double post but I haven't figured out the double quote post yet ! :icon_biggrin:

post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by WaterinHoleBrew View Post

Nice job on the curds CM, they look great ! I have a Vacmaster 140, I need to look into them bags your using there... they look handy !


Justin, They are the 3 mil zippered 8x10 bags .Sorry for the double post but I haven't figured out the double quote post yet ! icon_biggrin.gif

You are doing great my friend, thank you for the info... 🍻
post #12 of 15
Tasty looking smoke!
post #13 of 15
Nice smoke moon! Don't know if I can smoke any fresh squeaky curds that we have here... every gas station has then daily. My family from Virginia and Illinois don't know how us wisconsin people can eat so much cheese without having issues the next day.

Keep it up! I'll be doing some cheese soon!
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Nice smoke moon! Don't know if I can smoke any fresh squeaky curds that we have here... every gas station has then daily. My family from Virginia and Illinois don't know how us wisconsin people can eat so much cheese without having issues the next day.

Keep it up! I'll be doing some cheese soon!


SA, Do you mean you can't smoke them because you eat them too fast ?? :icon_biggrin:

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SA, Do you mean you can't smoke them because you eat them too fast ?? icon_biggrin.gif
Yes sir! Also don't think the fresh room temperature ones would smoke up the greatest!
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