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For the best smoking wood for pork, there are a few great wood recipes. Although you may want to find your own unique smoking wood for pork we can point you in the correct direction. First if you are needing a base wood for your bbq smoker box, I often choose pecan wood for this task. Pecan wood will make a good coal base and it will also work into the pork with good flavoring. Often people are known to use oak firewood for a coal base but this may not be the best for your pork. I would use oak wood as a coal base for red meats but not as much as a smoking wood for pork.
After I have the coal base for the pork I often choose Persimmon wood. It is a fabulous fruit and smoking wood for pork. It is a delicate smoke for all your boston butts, pork roast and pork BBQ ribs. Persimmon is a long burning hot wood so it won't take too much smoking wood to get the job done. If you don't use a water pan, this may be the time to use one. A water pan helps your pork stay moist and use it in a variety of ways. You may want to fill it with water or even fruit juices. Apple or pineapple juice are popular choices to fill your water pan with. So, if you are looking for the best smoking wood for pork we suggest Pecan smoking wood and Persimmon smoking wood.
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