[Gasification] gasifier type updarft use rice husk

Tom Miles tmiles at trmiles.com
Mon Dec 19 12:28:55 CST 2011

For those interested in the chemistry of barbeque and liquid smoke see a
Webinar presented last summer by the American Chemical Society titled,"
Advanced Culinary Chemistry - Sizzles for the Summer," Dr. Kent Kirshenbaum,
Associate Professor, New York University

It was an excellent lecture. I asked the question about carcinogens but
hundreds of people attend these webinars and the question didn't get

Dr. Kirshenbaum discusses liquid smoke at:


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On Mon, 2011-12-19 at 15:03 +0100, Otto Formo wrote:
> comments about coffee, the roasting process and smoked salmon.

In the past people have put wood tar on cuts.

But now they say it's best not to burn (over cook) you meat.


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