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Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by ed in ny, Nov 28, 2011.
Just ordered the LEM 20lb smoker do you have to use just the saw dust or can you use chips as well ?
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Forgot to tell ya all I am a meat cutter who decided after a number of years to break down and buy a smoker and the grinder and we are going to have with this !! I love to hunt and I know of a whole mess of things you can do with venison and a smoker , not to mention just meat in general . I hope I made the right choice as to the purchase of the lem 20 lb smoker can't wait to get my mitts on it ..
Ed, this is a COLD Smoker...Anything going in must be Cured...Like Bacon, Ham and Smoked Kielbasa....Then smoked for long hours...You Can't do Regular Ribs, Pulled Pork of BBQ Brisket in this...Just Checking...JJ
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I think its the 1000 watt electric smoker I know how to make a cold smoker out of nothing I meade sure I was getting what I wanted for my money !!
Ok cool the 20lb from Sears has a 100W element...I didn't know how Green you might have been so I thought I'd check...Looking forward to your Expert Input...JJ
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Yea I wanted electric due to the cost of propane around here and didn't want to try my hand with charcoal just yet . Just set it and go for now hope to go a little bigger in a couple years then maybe charcoal be nice to build one from brick with a dutch oven hanger on the side !!
Now what about supplies as far as casings and cure ? Does everyone order from links off here or is there a cheaper place to shop ??
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I get my supplies here: http://www.sausagemaker.com/
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