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Put the wood chips in a grill and set it up to smoke. With indirect grilling. Add a layer of salt to foil or a sheet pan on the 'cool' side. Let that smoke.
Another method for a 'cold' version....for a spicy smoked salt, is Mix 1/2 cup of salt. with 5 tsp of Sriracha sauce, mixed with a few drops of liquid smoke. Mix with the salt..and lay out on foil and put in 200 oven...turn the oven off and let it dry out overnight.
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