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Recent content by Otis54

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    Newbie with dumb questions, have

    Dry rub for a pork shoulder/butt of 4-5 pounds 2~tbsp. Chili powder. 2~tbsp. Paprika 1/4~tsp. Cayenne 1/2~tsp. Garlic powder 1/2~tsp. Onion powder 1/4~tsp. Cumin 1/4~tsp. Celery salt 1~tbsp sea or kosher salt 1~tbsp. freshly crushed pepper 2~tbsp's brown sugar 2 ~tbsp's white sugar I put mine...
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    Newb from NY

    Thanks folks. This is the best smoking/meat forum site I've found.
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    Newb from NY

    Thank you Steve H.
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    Newb from NY

    I've smoked on and off over the past 35 years. Just started getting back into it again. I had a Big Chief from the beginning. I just purchased a Masterbuilt 30 this summer. I wanted something I didn't need to tend to much, so stayed with another electric. I have smoked cheese,fish,beef and pork...
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    Colder weather....cheese smoking time

    I did some a few weeks back at 110 degrees in a cold smoke box on top of my big chief. 3 hours with cherry.
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    First smoked chuck roast

    I did a round a 4 pound chuck roast about a month ago. I used the same spices and salt. It pulled apart with ease.
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    Sunflower Lecithin.

    Thanks again tallbm. I might. My freezer is full at the moment. Just finished 5 lbs. of breakfast sausage.
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    Dang, Ny'ers

    Hello fellow NYers. New to this site. I've got a Masterbuilt 30 and had a Big Chief smoker for about 35 years.
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    Newbie with dumb questions, have

    I have the same smoker. Mine works fine. I doesn't produce the same smoke as others do. Use your water pan. Remember, load your chips from the side loader don't open the door during your smoke time. I smoke a 4+ pound pork shoulder at 225 until an internal temp of 180 then wrap until an internal...
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    Sunflower Lecithin.

    Thank you for your response. I was aware of what would be alternatives to soy protein. I've used sunflower lecithin as a binder in magic butter and it works great to bind the fats with the water and sugars while candy making. I thought it may work for sausage as well.
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    Sunflower Lecithin.

    Can Sunflower Lecithin substitute soy protein in sausage making?
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