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bigpayne
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PostPosted: Mar 04 2008    Post subject: Question about grapevines Reply with quote

The only grapevines I realy have access to around here are wild grape vines. They get up to 3 to 4 inches at the base and go way up in the trees.
Will these work and if so do they need to be seasoned?

Thanks for your help
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Thomas P.
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PostPosted: Mar 13 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

yep - they'll work.

yep - they need to be seasoned.

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ianbrule



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PostPosted: Mar 18 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

What kind of meats are grape vines good for? I live in the wine region around here( some good wines and some not so good) but I have a brother-in-law that can get me all the grape vine I could use it's free so I'll use it if I can.
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Thomas P.
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PostPosted: Mar 27 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

Grape vine's good for most "white" meats: chicken pork, fish, frog legs, etc.

It's too mild for beef, venison, or duck
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PostPosted: Mar 29 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

thanks for the info I'll have to wait a little while befor I can use the vines that I can get this spring, but the more I get into the smoking the more I see that you need time, time and more time. I guess that's part of the fun because beer goes good when you have time and after the beer the food is done.
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