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  • to wood chip or not

    have people used wood ships in their WFO? Not just for smoking but just to add additional flavor when baking chicken, etc.

    Also, if you do use them do you soak them first and keep them separate or do you throw them dry into the fire?

    thanks

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    Re: to wood chip or not

    Originally posted by paella12 View Post
    have people used wood ships in their WFO? Not just for smoking but just to add additional flavor when baking chicken, etc.

    Also, if you do use them do you soak them first and keep them separate or do you throw them dry into the fire?

    thanks
    Man you must have one hell of a big oven if you can use wood ships for smoking.......
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      Re: to wood chip or not

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      • #4
        Re: to wood chip or not

        I don't but give it a try. soak them or don't, I would spread them out on the floor not throw them in the coals. They will last longer. Also depends if you do it with the door on or off.
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