On my property I had a an old smoke house. The main structure was built using hand hewn logs. When I tore the smoke house down I kept the white oak logs and the floor joist that were white oak.
These white oak logs are not rotted at all and even still have the bark left on them. Would these be ok to smoke with?
I am no stranger to burning wood in a fireplace, but using wood to smoke food with is new to me.
I have burnt some of this white oak wile camping and it still has a great smell to it when split and being burnt.
My smoker is an RF that I just built using a 26 gallon propane tank for the cooking chamber and a 12 gallon tank for the firebox.
So would it be a good idea to use this would for smoking or not?
Edited by ekoms - 5/20/16 at 8:30am