Wednesday, February 23, 2022



(1) Gassified food. Made so by overcooking.

(2) Byproduct of making charcoal. (See previous definition.)

(3) Airborne solid and liquid particles and gases emitted by a material undergoing combustion or pyrolysis, and/or/maybe an unwanted by-product of fires from stoves, candles, oil lamps, and fireplaces.

(4) The visible vapor, gases, and fine particles given off by burning or smoldering material. So really, the stuff that comes out of a wood fire, along with light and heat. What gets in your eyes when you try to cook supper. Makes you smell kind of OK, even if you've been on the trail for a week or more without bathing, but does not improve your taste.

(5) What mosquitoes don't like, because it makes them think you've been overcooked.


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Me? Still outgassing.