I bought an Electric Smoker recently. It can smoke meat of course, but it can also dehydrate food, bake most things, steam things, roast things, and if you don't have a lot of wood laying about, and you do have electric service, it could be considered more efficient. It is also cheaper than a rocket oven at just $99.
So as to my question: Is an Electric Smoker actually better than a rocket oven if you are grid tied?
Is there some deep philosophical explanation for why phenol is the most important ingredient in both picric acid and in sulfonamide? Is it that with great ingredients comes great responsibility?
Where is your electricity coming from? How does the polutant output compare to a rocket?
Do you enjoy dependence on systems that other people control, and doing without your XYZ when their systems are down?
You may be able to guess my opinion from those questions...
'Theoretically this level of creeping Orwellian dynamics should ramp up our awareness, but what happens instead is that each alert becomes less and less effective because we're incredibly stupid.' - Jerry Holkins
there is nothing quite like properly smoked food. when I lived in the burbs and did a lot of fishing had one of those electric things. I pulled out the electric and opted for charcoal and soaked wood chips after using it just a couple times to smoke mullet, trout, ribs ect.. now no longer in an urban area that I have access to lots of hickorytrees smoking is done with real wood on a fairly regular basis. I only do hot smoking have not ever done any cold smoking maybe that's something other can offer info about.
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