A Natural Shift: What they won’t tell you about liquid smoke and why.

November 16, 2016

Liquid smoke is created by heating hardwood sawdust or chips in a tank until they smolder. The gases and particles are cooled so that they condense and liquefy usually with the help of water. It is then refined and filtered to remove impurities, into a liquid smoke additive. Liquid smoke is often used as a seasoning to add smokey flavor to foods.

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