These wood chunks are my goto method for smoking food, let me explain. Low and slow cooking temperatures are typically between 220-250 Fahrenheit, this involves a very small fire smouldering away for hours. Until now most people have used wood chunks, these often have a very high moister content, this creates a problem with the wood smouldering at a low temperature as it does not fully ignite, thus not releasing the smoke flavour in the chunk to its full potential. Our compressed chunks on the other hand, are a compressed block of wood made from sawdust, they have zero moister content, additives and ignite at very low temperatures, this in turn means you get: - A very controlled smoke for hours per brick - No bitter taste from using too much smoke or using a block of wood that hasn't been dried properly.
These packs consist of 9-12 cylinder shaped chunks, we recommend you use 1-3 per hour, for the first 2 hours. 1 Chunk = mild smoke 2-3 Chunks = heavier smoke