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Questions related to equipment, technique, tools, or other aspects of cooking on a barbecue. Questions can cover outdoor cooking with wood or charcoal barbecues or smokers, and about preparing "barbecue" style food. If you have a question about improving or adapting a particular recipe, please cross-tag with the relevant other topic(s), such as pork, ribs, or smoking.

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Interestingly, smoke capture is higher for cold, moist meats. See Greg Blonder's fascinating site. Some people also argue that soaking wood has little impact on smoke quality.
answered Aug 21 '12 by J Burnett