Why cold smoking ? The Grand Chefs recommend 3 phases in smoking process : salting, drying and smoking.
The last stage is carried out at low temperature to eliminate excess water, without drying out the product or turning it crispy. Smoke is produced by the slow burning of oak sawdust or beech wood and then gets cooled in the smoke oven to provide even smoking.
Use natural sawdust, preferably oak, to smoke your fish (salmon, trout, eel, herring, etc.), shellfish (lobster, crawfish, mussels, etc.), meat (duck breasts, filet mignon, etc.), delicatessen (sausages, bacon, ham, etc.) at a very cost-effective price!