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Old 09-28-2016, 08:07 PM   #1
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I don't know a thing about smoking. I built this smoker back in college, probably 2006 or so and have drug it around with me as I've moved. The wife bought some beef tender chuck, and instead of the crock pot I decided to dust off the smoker.

Bunch of butt rub and a $2 bag of hickory chips. I had planned to make it pulled, but the smoker only got up to 190 soon left it there about 9 hours. The bark was awesome!





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simple way to smoke. looks awful good!
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Foods looks good.

The smoker itself doesn't matter at all, a good rub, the right temp and some good smoke is all that counts.
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I'm not bashing, but isn't there something about heating galvanized steel up and poisonous gasses, is that just with welding, again, I'm not criticizing, I'm asking. I made a smoker out of terracotta flower pots and used it for years, it was probably the easiest, best smoker I ever had.
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Interesting, I had to look that up on some Smoker/BBQ forums.

At best it is frowned upon and there is some argument about temps in the smoker not begetting any toxins, but the burner is more than hot enough and coating food in toxins.
Most seem to consider it a big No-No.
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That fine smoke off that metal might not be so fine.
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When I got the can, I burned a bunch of paper in it for about 8 hours. Got it glowing hot. Most likely any galvanized coating burned off then.

Research shows it has to get to 830 degrees to release any fumes, I'm getting no where near that and my electric element doesn't touch the metal in any place, it's just dry heat.

Zinc is good for your sperm, helps fight colds, and I don't even need it in a multivitamin now! Who doesn't like their bbq washed down with a tall glass of milk?
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