Easy DIY Video : How to build a Homemade Cold Smoker from scratch for $50


    Being able to smoke foods for preservation was a key pioneer ability. There is a difference in the times and levels of smoking, but the process is the same, low temperature smoking chambers that surround the meat in smoke from either a small or a separate fire.Using the old grill as a base, I went to the local hardware store and bought a new steel garbage can, some steel flexible hose (NOT Mylar dryer vent), some metal duct “starters”, a couple hose clamps, some metal grill grates, some bolts, nuts and rivets. It basically cost around $50 for this build.

    Watch this Video on making a Homemade Cold Smoker using simple materials