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Smoking wood in Northern Europe

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Hi all,

 

I moved back to Denmark in Northern Europe a few months back and after a bit more than two years in Texas, I am used to use Oak and especially Pecan. Anyone who could advise what alternative there at least is to Pecan, as I have used that in most of my smoking in the States. I would say walnut, but not sure how to get much of that. Oak is not that difficult to get, but chunks are only sold in "small" bags of approx. 3-4lbs.

 

Hope someone can assist, I know there are a couple of British gentlemen/ladies in here, which might be the closest to the Danish climate.

 

All the best

Soren 

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I'm not sure if this will help, but birch is used for smoking.  I doubt it's anything like pecan, but would be similar to alder.  You may have already tried it, but I figured it was worth a mention.

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Thanks Jasper :) I have tried beech for cold smoking, but not birch, my brother has something, so maybe I should try it. I have asked in the neighborhood if anyone has walnut or oak :)
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