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From: Robby Robinson (
Subject:         Re: Liquid smoke
Date: April 1, 2008 at 2:16 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Liquid smoke posted by Bethany on August 12, 2007 at 7:35 am:

Liquid smoke, or smoke condensates are produced through the controlled burning of wood chips, or sawdust. This forms a smoke cloud that is extracted with water to dissolve the smoke components in the water forming a base smoke solution. This base can be modified through many methods to develop a wide range of smoke flavors.

During the manufacturing process of smoke condensates, tar and ash are removed from the solution. By removing the tar from solution, the carcinogen level is reduced considerably[citation needed] if not completely removed. This process makes cooking with smoke condensates significantly[citation needed] safer for consumers than traditionally smoked foods (exposing meat, fish, or cheese to freshly combusted wood smoke).

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