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Does apple wood fuel for BBQ have any apple flavor?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (19785points) November 21st, 2020

Or is it just a clever name?

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SEKA's avatar

Real applewood used for BBQs does leave a slight hint of apple in the food that is cooked. I’m not sure what fuel you’re speaking of so I’m not sure about applewood fuel

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No. When food is smoked, like salmon or turkey or ham, the apple wood gives it a certain flavor. One could use cherry wood, plum wood, or another fruit tree wood and get about the same results.
One summer I would smoke/cook trout in a barrel with bits of chokecherry wood (smoke) for flavor.

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