Which lump charcoal for UDS?

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Re: Which lump charcoal for UDS?

Postby bubbletop » Thu Dec 03, 2015 11:14 pm

B&B oak lump. Central market best deal in dfw
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Re: Which lump charcoal for UDS?

Postby RWBTEX » Sun Dec 06, 2015 9:00 pm

A few months ago I started using this lump, been a Royal oak user for several years and have tried just about any thing out there.This lump is the best bang for the buck imo, great flavor, good long lasting burn times but mostly it has so far in six months been very very consistent in size and i pretty much always get to use the whole bag where other lumps only yield around 60-80 % at best, do your research and get the facts, this stuff really is "The Good One" :)
Have used Kingsford briquettes off and on to for years, seems something has changed as my comp meats were very very sooty the last few times I used it.

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