So I'm splitting up some red oak, and with a few sticks I get a strong odor. I can't put my finger on it initially, but after a while, I realize that it's a smell very similar to an aged gorgonzola or something. It's not at all unpleasant--I confess to sniffing it multiple times--though others might think it stinks. Anyone else encounter this, or know what might be the culprit? I assume that it's probably some kind of bacteria--the same that you'd find in a rindy cheese?