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Age of wood
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Age of wood
I really like smoking with Cherry and my brother (aka "sparky" on this forum) found me some but said it may be several years old. Is there a point, after the wood has seasoned, that it's not recommended to be used because it has been sitting too long?

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Lyle Earl
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04-05-2007 07:56 AM
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Re: Age of wood
As long as its not rotten I don't think it would matter. The nice part about hard woods is they stay good for along period of time.
04-05-2007 07:22 PM
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Re: Age of wood
I did the same with an apricot tree that died. Man, I had some good smokes with that thing. Just make sure there's no rot, mold, insects, etc.
04-06-2007 08:58 AM
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