Super Smoke

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I have a Pro 575 and I am trying to figure out how to achieve super smoke. I would be grateful to anyone with a solution, if there is one.
 
After calling Traeger, I was told the Pro 575 does not have super smoke and only the more expensive models have it. They should explain that in the recipes but don't.
 
After calling Traeger, I was told the Pro 575 does not have super smoke and only the more expensive models have it. They should explain that in the recipes but don't.
A lot of the recipes you'll find instructions stating to turn your grill to smoke, unless the recipe was released after the D2 models were released. Then itll give you a temp and to turn on super smoke if your grill has it. If it says to turn your grill on and set to smoke(old dial models) really it means a temp lower than 220F probably somewhere in the 165-185f range. So just keep that in mind when looking at Traeger recipes on the site or app.
But get yourself a smoke tube, then you can have super smoke in all temp ranges (y)
 
Smoke tube on amazon
Its a tube you fill with pellets/ wood shavings that you ignite and allow to smolder inside the cooker while its cooking. Adds additional smoke flavor.
 
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This is another way to use a smoker tube. I have used both my baby Traeger and my natural gas grill as containment vessels to smoke a wide variety of cheeses....
I usually pu the tube in a container to keep the resulting ash in line. A tray under the cheese(s) in case the temp gets too high...
Wrap in pink butcher paper (or cheesecloth) in a brown paper bag for a couple of days, then vacuum-seal for two weeks and then bask!
 
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