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bbqchamp

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Hello family. I've been kinda down in the dumps over my green wood situation. I'm still unsure about what i should  use as heat source for my smoker. I have a big firebox so i need a good amount of heat. Any suggestions.
 

pineywoods

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About all you can do with that wood is wait for it to season. Did you manage to find any wood that was seasoned?
 

bbqchamp

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I found some from a guy last week. i didnt buy much i wanted to try it out first. It burns very well
 

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Cool I'll PM you after while about a possible source of more wood
 

hdspringer

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Split your green wood into small chuncks, let it dry awhile and keep testing it.
 

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I have an oak tree in the back yard & I do just that, when I trim it I cut it up into chunks & it dries out real fast.
 

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