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Barney Fife wrote:That's awful expensive for wood. Plain maple boards can be had at most any lumber yard for way, way less than that.
scarecrow wrote:If only we could get sugar maple in OZ.
My poor substitute is to add a smidge more maple syrup. Piss poor way of doin' it, but .....
dan_buddy wrote:I no this is a really old post and I probably won't get a reply but after reading this I this I'm gonna try apple wood charcoal I have a huge apple tree that fell down a few years ago and most of it is just sitting buy the shed in the wood pile .. I'm gonna take the hard wood for aging and I think I'm gonna try to make some of the charcoal for for sprits and the BBQ
That's for the great read once again
dan_buddy wrote:I have trying making charcoal over the weekend not as easy as they say ..
How much do you chat your maple ?
I have a apple tree that's been drying for years
Anybody no why every recommends only the heart wood ?
And oak barrels all heart wood ?
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