Australian Native Timber Matrix for Smoking

Anything Wood Fire related (including what woods to use)
Smokey
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Re: Australian Native Timber Matrix for Smoking

Post by Smokey » Wed Nov 02, 2016 12:43 pm

Need a leaf and or flower to ID it. It could be silky oak in which case DO NOT USE. Go back and see if you can find any leaf litter left behind.
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Re: Australian Native Timber Matrix for Smoking

Post by knight76 » Wed Nov 02, 2016 1:32 pm

There wasn't any leaf litter there, it was just stacked chunks of wood out the front of a house by the side of the road.

Probably just use it for fire wood then. :)

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Re: Australian Native Timber Matrix for Smoking

Post by Card Shark » Sun May 14, 2017 10:52 pm

Hello all. It's been a little while since this sheet has been updated. If you have an addition or suggestion please post here. CS

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Re: Australian Native Timber Matrix for Smoking

Post by Card Shark » Thu Dec 21, 2017 10:37 am

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Revision 31. Finger lime added for seafood. Camphor Laural added as do not use. CS

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Re: Australian Native Timber Matrix for Smoking

Post by Sarcastic_Smoker » Fri Jan 12, 2018 7:55 am

This is absolutely amazing work. Most detailed list native wood list I've seen.

Thanks to all who contributed.

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Re: Australian Native Timber Matrix for Smoking

Post by Slarti » Sun Feb 18, 2018 5:40 pm

Hello All. First time poster.

I have come here hoping to find out more about wattles.

I see black wattle is recommended for everything aside from bushfires, but just wattle only for beef and chicken.

This makes me think that black wattle is quite different to wattle, and there are a pile of wattles.

So, my questions are: does black wattle go by another name? Do ALL other wattles fit under just wattle? I have a Cootamundra wattle that I am needing to heavily prune, (the photos I could find online of both black and Coota looked similar, is this only going to be good for beef/chicken, or am I in luck?


Thanks in advance.


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