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Cold smoking bacon in the uds

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So my last batch of bacon was not that good. It turned out ok. It got way over smoked for my taste. And way too salty. I used pops wet brine on the bellies. I ended up soaking the bellies after cold smoking for 4 days. I changed the water a bunch. It became edible. Just took a lot longer. I used the tube smoker for the cold smoke in my uds. I had all the inlets open up. It was about 35 degrees that night. The temp got up to 53 in the smoker. Has anybody used a uds for cold smoking? I was wondering if there was not enough heat to get a good draft going. I would like to skip the soak and just do the age after the cold smoke. I cut the salt back to 1/2 cup per gallon. Hope that helps the salt level. If anybody has any recommendations for cold smoking in the uds I could use some help
Jason
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I don't have any bacon smoking experience so can't give advice but great to see a fellow Alaskan here, even from my neck of the woods.

Born and raised in Ak. Left Big Lake bout 3 years ago to come down here to America to take care of my grand baby.  Miss the fishin !

Cheers my friend :beercheer: and good luck with the bacon situation !   Snowmobile.gif

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Hard to beat fresh smoked salmon. Will keep you guys posted on the bacon. Got a suckling pig in the uds this morning for dinner tomorrow.
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what did you use for salt the first time? 1 cup? And did you use table salt? I'm gonna try pops brine when I get my smoke house built, but I'm not a big salt guy...
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I used 3/4 cup per gal kosher salt
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