Originally Posted by Souschef
Carbon monoxide is odorless and colorless. Smoke is a collection of airborne particulates and gases. As long as you have your vent fan on, it should not be a problem.
Thank You, I know Carbon monoxide is odorless but doesn't mean it can't be mixed with odors! LOL
Thanks, I did not actually think about the definition of smoke. So, I guess "Smokeless Stovetop Smoker" is a misnomer!
and yes, I did have my vent going. My 'Smoke Alarm' goes off with boiling water (which means it is not a "smoke" alarm but a particle alarm?)
FYI, we have a law here, our gas stoves cannot legally be connected unless there is a stove vent already
And supper was delicious - Hickory smoked Thighs with Chinese 5-Spice. Sooo good. Think I will try the same marinade with a chunk of Salmon!