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    Link to yessmoke casing recipe

    yesmoke.eu/brand/casing/

    Their recipe is helpful bc it is listed in simple percentages and you can break that down into tablesppon or teaspoon increments to experiment in small batches.

    they also only use a handful of ingredients that makes sense to non scientists.

    Scroll down on the webpage and you will see the percentages of what yessmoke uses in their casing.

    Their website is pretty interesting in general...its a good 15 minutes spent perusing their website

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    Re: Link to yessmoke casing recipe

    Thanks...not used to the subtle mechanics of the site yet....

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    Re: Link to yessmoke casing recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by Freeotatv View Post
    Thanks...not used to the subtle mechanics of the site yet....
    You can copy the address from your browser window and then paste it to the reply box on the forum.

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    Re: Link to yessmoke casing recipe

    Thaks for the tip...i did do a copy and paste...maybe doesnt work as well from an ipad?

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    Re: Link to yessmoke casing recipe

    Translated for ease of use:

    30% Sugars

    - Sugars like glucose and fructose, or corn syrup and honey, help to improve the general aroma and scent

    10% Licorice

    - contributes to basic taste

    10% Cocoa

    - contributes to basic taste

    10% Fruit extract

    - contributes to the basic taste

    10% Humectants (Glycerin)

    - The cream improves the effectiveness of the treatments to which it is subjected on tobacco, and increase its absorptive capacity, extending the life of the product on the shelf

    30% Water

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    Re: Link to yessmoke casing recipe

    Recipe for Chocolate Bunt Cake

    1 cup sifted flour
    2 eggs, well beaten
    Quote Originally Posted by gsmunoz View Post
    30% Sugars
    10% Licorice
    10% Cocoa
    10% Fruit extract
    10% Humectants (Glycerin)
    30% Water
    Bake at 350ºF until firm.

    Bob

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    Re: Link to yessmoke casing recipe

    LOL
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    Re: Link to yessmoke casing recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by deluxestogie View Post
    Recipe for Chocolate Bunt Cake

    1 cup sifted flour
    2 eggs, well beaten

    Bake at 350ºF until firm.

    Bob
    I once read a recipe that said "2 eggs, separated"...it didn't say how far apart to put them ,so I put one in the garage and the other in the living room, cake didn't turn out so good...
    then another one said I needed pepper, didn't know if I should get green or red.
    "We make our own Whiskey and our own smoke too, aint too many things these ol' boys cain't do..." -A Country Boy Can Survive ,Hank Williams Jr.

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    Re: Link to yessmoke casing recipe

    [QUOTE=deluxestogie;125413]Recipe for Chocolate Bunt Cake

    1 cup sifted flour
    2 eggs, well beaten

    Bake at 350

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