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Vuur&Rook Stainless Steel Cold Smoke Generator (12 hours +)

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Vuur&Rook Stainless Steel Cold Smoke Generator (12 hours +)

Vuur&Rook Stainless Steel Cold Smoke Generator (12 hours +)

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Cold smoking is not as difficult as you think with this Vuur&Rook Cold Smoke Generator. Fill the generator with Vuur&Rook wood dust and light it with a tea light. Once the wood dust begins to smoulder, you can remove the tea light and you're ready to cold smoke salmon, meat, cheese, sausages, etc. for up to 12 hours! You can use this generator inside your BBQ, provided it has a lid, or of course in your smoker box.

Tip from the BBQ Pitmaster: The ideal temperature of cold smoking is between 24°C and 26°C (Dome/BBQ) and is therefore the easiest in autumn and winter.

Including 1kg Smoke flour Beech t.w.v. €9.95

Specifications:

Dimensions:19 x 20.5 x 4 cm
Material:Stainless Steel
Burning time:12 hours +

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User reviews 5 / 5Reviews:(1)

  • MW By Martin Woning - 26-12-2019 13:28

    5 / 5

    Deze week voor het eerst gebruikt in combinatie met de bijgeleverde rookmot. Hij heeft bij mij bijna 13 uur gebrand en doet dus meer dan er beloofd word. Ik heb hem gebruikt op de Weber Master Touch met de onderste schuif half open en de schuif op de deksel voor een kwart open. De zalm kwam er voortreffelijk gerookt uit. Kortom een perfect apparaatje.

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