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mulberry wood - smoke okay?

BedBugBedBug Posts: 2
edited 1:20PM in EggHead Forum
Have an old mulberry tree in the front yard that is slowly dying out limb by limb. Probably only one more year before I'll have to take it all the way down. Is this wood okay to smoke with?

Been using apple, cherry and pecan wood but could have a near lifetime supply of mulberry if it's any good.
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  • NibbleMeThisNibbleMeThis Posts: 2,254
    According to Derrick Riches (about.com) it is:

    http://bbq.about.com/cs/cookingtips/a/aa051097_2.htm
    Knoxville, TN
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  • TNmikeTNmike Posts: 643
    I've tried it. The trimmed dead limbs didn't work too well but the cut 'live' limbs with a little seasoning were just fine. A sweet smell and taste like most fruit woods. If any question just burn a small piece and test the smell. What ever the smell is it will impart that taste to your food. Mike
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  • BedBugBedBug Posts: 2
    Thanks for the input. I'll test it out when I take the whole tree down.
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  • Hungry JoeHungry Joe Posts: 1,161
    If you have a good sized tree it also makes great firewood. Better then oak. I got some last winter that is split and stacked that I will burn in about two years, but after reading this post I am going to pull some and run it through the band saw to make some chunks for smoke.
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