Re: Cedar plank salmon, cedar planks from Lowe's?
D D wrote:
Is it safe to use cedar planks purchased at places like Lowe's and Home
Depot or should I only use cedar planks sold at "food" stores?
Unless I cut it down myself (or trust who cut it down), I wouldn't trust
any wood that has not been produced as a food-grade quality. You never
know how the wood was stored, treated, packed, shipped, etc. The moment
you burn chemicals that were never designed to be burned, you are
risking your health when you eat the food cooked with it.
Maybe I am paranoid, but those are my thoughts.
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