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Title: Here's one for you D!
Post by: grey782163 on October 23, 2012, 06:32:20 pm
Who knew? I personally wouldn't use it, it looks like a catheter bag, but who am I to judge?

http://shine.yahoo.com/shine-food/smoked-water-latest-cooking-craze-143300723.html


Title: Re: Here's one for you D!
Post by: BPMar on October 24, 2012, 05:42:53 am
 :deer:  It does look like a cath leg bag..... :vomit:


Title: Re: Here's one for you D!
Post by: BuffaloParrot on October 24, 2012, 08:39:39 am
Yeah, I saw this last night and me mind was already running  :thinkin3:  I think it could be good on occasion cooking soups, pastas and rice in it but am not sure how it would work in a meal.  I never use large amounts of water when cooking and if not smoking my self I think I will stick with the concentrated (the good natural stuff) liquid smoke as you only need a few drops.  Just seems it would still be cheaper, more efficient and easier  :dknow:


Title: Re: Here's one for you D!
Post by: Ditty on October 24, 2012, 10:51:23 am
Ummm ya leg bag for sure!  No thanks!


Title: Re: Here's one for you D!
Post by: Nakia on October 24, 2012, 09:14:34 pm
Hmmm, interesting reading, but I agree with its appearance. :Oh: And I am with D on the not using much water in my cooking unless I am making soups, stews & the likes that require large amounts of water. I am not a lover of the 'boiled' flavor to my meats.  :sad8:

I do use the liquid smoke, but I don't think I could drink anything that is supposed to be a mix drink with a smokey flavor to it. :dknow: I guess I am just too redneck for that. :dmblaf:


Title: Re: Here's one for you D!
Post by: Sondra on October 25, 2012, 01:50:29 am
It could be used as part of a marinade, of course not the whole bag.