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post #21 of 25

Very good post.  Nice to see the tutorial for everyone about how you went about it.  Points to ya if I could.

 

post #22 of 25
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 How long did you smoke your salt?


Distre - I only smoked my salt 2 hours with hickory along with my chilies.  Thanks, for the comments!


 

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Very good post.  Nice to see the tutorial for everyone about how you went about it.  Points to ya if I could.

 


DUDE!  Hey bud, thank you.  Haven't crossed ya in a while - good to hear from you.


 

post #23 of 25

Wow, I loved this thread!

 

most excellent PepperView! 

 

i can see it's a lot of labor, but when it comes to food, it's a labor of love

 

 

you know, it never occured to me to make my own, but seeing this, i just might give it a try.   for me, cooking and messin' around with peppers is almost as satisfying as smokin' meats

 

 

when i moved into my house eight or so years ago,  i noticed the original owner left a dehydrator in the garage.  never bothered checking it out, but i think i'm gonna go see if it actually works.

 

post #24 of 25

While I know this post is relatively old, I was curious to know if it is possible to achieve this level of "dryness" in JUST a smoker? Or do the peppers have to be transferred to a dehydrator?

post #25 of 25

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