- Joined May 23, 2010
Yeah, I get it, you told me so. But experimentation is always fun so I will keep satisfying my curiosities.
I did mention that cold smoking would be better idea.I must admit that I'm with Brew on this. You can tell me all day long it's a bad idea, but chances are I'm gonna have to find out for myself. It's the "mad scientist" in me that makes me do these crazy smokes. I have plans to cold smoke mango flesh and make a salsa with it, but that's another thread.
p.s. I'm still gonna try this and Harry you do understand I am talking about COLD smoking, not roasting? I will not burn the beans with a cold smoke. I'm also going to grind some cinnamon into my dust for the cold smoke. I'm hard headed what can I say.
I think it would be bad, like they said burnt beans are horrible, BUT I have used very fine ground espresso beans in a rub, the rub was for a mule dear tenderloin and it was outstanding!Just curious, but could you add coffee beans to your smoking wood, and smoke something with them?
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