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Smoking Techniques => Cold Smoking => Topic started by: MyItGuy on December 12, 2016, 03:03:44 pm

Title: Do I need a cold smoke attachment?
Post by: MyItGuy on December 12, 2016, 03:03:44 pm
I purchased a Bradley 4 rack digital a couple of years ago that I've used for bacon, garlic sausage and hot smoked salmon with good success. Where I live the winter temps routinely get down to -30 C with -10 C being average in the winter. I'd like to try cold smoking some salmon on warmer winter days when its between 0 and -10 C. Considering the temp would I still need to use a cold smoke adaptor or would the cabinet stay cold enough without?
Title: Re: Do I need a cold smoke attachment?
Post by: Doug in Alaska on December 12, 2016, 08:35:02 pm
The cold smoke adapter would probably be a good idea.  I'm in Alaska and I use mine frequently.  I smoked cheese with an ambient temp of 28ºF and maintained 75ºF in the Bradley without the adapter.  This is the very warmest I would smoke cheese or bacon.  I've used the adapter to smoke bacon in the spring and summer and it does a fine job and maintains a true cold smoke temp.  However, this is just my humble opinion.

Title: Re: Do I need a cold smoke attachment?
Post by: slowpoke on January 13, 2017, 07:21:46 pm
What Doug said :) I'm in Nova Scotia use it year round.