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Today's Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen?

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Did anyone else catch today's episode of Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen? He cold smokes some mozzarella with an electric smoker. I’m sure it’s a pretty recognizable brand I just don’t know anything about electrics. What i thought was neat about it, is that you can turn of the heating element completely but still have the smoke working. Can all electrics do that?
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That's really interesting, I didn't see the episode. I don't have an answer to the question...I've never thought about it, but I suppose that if you heated a chunk or more until it was producing smoke, it might continue to put out smoke for a while even if the element is off. I'm going to try that, I never have. Thanks for sharing.
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On the Bradley Electrics you can cold smoke without using the heating element just the smoke generator.
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what network and time is that show on?
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PBS usually Saturday morning sometime
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Answering a couple of questions

Meatball, this was one of those disk burning smokers. It will make smoke all day long I guess from those with very little heat? Beer-B-Q maybe nailed it? Possibly a Bradley?

lowcountrygamecock, I catch it on a network call Opt Saturday's 3:30 - 4 p.m. C.S.T
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I have cold smoked in my sNp a few times. Don't do it in the summer when it is warm out but the cooler months 2 pieces of burning coal and a small chunk of wood is plenty good to smoke cheeses (under 80) and many other meats.
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That's what it was because it used the sawdust pucks.
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