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How long should it take to get ready for the first smoke

post #1 of 5
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Ok am outside with my new toy right now. Yesterday I got a propane SMS from bass proshop. I was wanting the 24in camp chef but they are on backorder till the end of April. I have to say I like this smoker so far it has 4 racks and I can lay full racks of ribs in there it is bigger than what I thought it was going to be. I have it going right now I let it burn for about 30min on high and then sprayed some canola oil in it and it is still going.I hope I did not hurt it by doing that. How long should I let it go before I can put some meat in? Thanks for your time and info.
post #2 of 5
I usually burn mine in for 2-3 hours and I usually spray cooking oil or Pam in the smoker. While it is burning in I am usually bringing it up and down in temp trying to figure out how the smoker is going to react. Once you have it figured out throw some meat on there.
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^^ What he said ^^
post #4 of 5
Congrats on the new smoker. I usually go a couple hours to season as well
post #5 of 5
Congrats on the new smoker and you shopuld really look at those smake vaults too. I have one and it's a realnice smoker. Now for your seasoning I would let it burn maybe 3-4 hours or so and then light her up and go smoking.
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