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post #31 of 33
... how do you make liquid smoke? The industrial process is to fiter woodsmoke through water-- every time I see it I think "Oh,here we are, cooking with bong water".. Just a negative association I have with how the product is derived. I don't think it imparts any worthwhile flavour that cannot be produced via better means- like smoking. biggrin.gif
post #32 of 33

I like powdered smoke. Bit more versatile. It's still made from liquid smoke,   https://www.spicesetc.com/category/s?keyword=smoke+powder

 

clumps up pretty hard overtime, but can be broken up and use easily enough. 

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post #33 of 33

I don't use liquid smoke but I do make smoked stocks and smoked salt.

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