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Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by hatchett, May 25, 2008.
do you soak your wood and if so how long?
no it's a waste of time,there's a post on here somewhere that gives a basic
scientific equation of how the wood will not absorb the water.
I use chunks in my Chargriller and I don't see a need in soaking them. I rarely have them flame up on me and they will smolder for a along time.
Good advice alredy given also consider this thread:
I don't soak, I cover my 9x9 pan with aluminum foil an after the smoke starts ta slow down, pull the foil off. Don't have any flareups thata way.
i have always soaked my chunks with no ill effects..i guess it's just whatever teases your monkey
no soak here.............dry all the way...........
I dont soak. And I dont understand all this talk about flareup. In my chargriller, my goal is to maintain a small clean burning fire. Notice the words "burning fire". Not smoldering, clean burning. How ya gonna do that with wet wood? Sometimes I dont even see smoke but man can I taste it!