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    Using White Oak only as a smoking wood and Results?

    Has anyone used White Oak wood as their only smoking wood and if so was the meat too smokey or lightly smokey in flavor?

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    I've only used White Oak from Smokinlicous and I like it a lot!
    It's milder then their Hickory and offers a slightly different flavor and color compared to their Red Oak. I prefer White on Pork and Red on Beef.
    Try it I think you'll like it.

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    Post Oak is a white oak. And just about everyone in central Texas smokes with post oak. Its the only wood Aaron Franklin burns.

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    I use post oak for my brisket, love it for that.
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