|Bag Weight (lb.)||20 lb||Flavor||Hickory|
|Lighter Fluid Required||No||Lighter Fluid Required||Lighter Fluid Not Required|
|Number of Bags/Boxes||1||Outdoor Living Product Type||Wood Pellets|
A: It does not matter which grill you have. I have 5 different grills. Same great taste and clean burning product.
A: Perfect smoke
A: No, they are not 100% Hickory. They are a blend of "hardwoods" which usually means they are about 40% Hickory and 60% oak or alder.
A: These pellets are 100% hickory.
A: Yes, works just as good as Traeger brand and less expensive.
A: Yes of course.
A: Yes. It would be nice if they were available at sore level instead of thru the mail.
A: The Traeger pellets have more flavor.
A: Yes. I use them in woodwind grill and they are very good
A: Yes, you can use these in a Traeger grill.
A: Howdy Stephanie, There are about 3 general levels of quality where cooking pellets are concerned. Lowest quality would be pellets that use oil as the flavor agent. These pellets are still all hardwood - a base of all oak or all alder, with flavored oils added to mimic the actual flavor wood. This means that hickory or apple flavored pellets, for example, don't actually contain any hickory or apple wood, but instead are infused with hickory or apple flavored oil. The next higher quality would be blended pellets. These pellets use oak or alder as a base wood with a percentage of actual flavor wood blended together. Typically, the ratio of base wood to flavor wood is around 66/33. So a blended hickory pellet, for example, would be about 2/3 oak wood and 1/3 hickory wood. I should add that I've burned more blended pellets than any other, with good results. The highest quality pellets would be 100% flavor wood pellets...example: 100% hickory pellets are just that...no other wood is present, but instead the pellet is manufactured from whole trees that are 100% of the flavor wood indicated. Yes you can use these pellets. happy grilling, Coach Dave
A: yes, no problems. I actually like these pellets better than the tragers because their is much less saw dust in the bag and the pellets are more uniform in size, which means they will feed more evenly.
A: Yes, Camp Chef is a high quality hardwood pellet that I use in my Traeger grill, it burns very clean
A: Really depends on a couple of things. What temp. are you smoking and how many hours are you smoking. I used about 3/4 of a bag to smoke brisket at 225* for about 12 hours..
A: Depends on grill temp, outside temp, and cook time. For a 20 lb brisket it’s a 12 hour cook at 220F grill temp, 15 lbs of pellets at 40F outside temp about 10lbs at 70F. For ribs I do a 6 hour smoke at 225F and about 1/2 the pellet usage as brisket. Hope this helps.
A: The amount used will vary base on your grill.
A: We use these with a Camp Chef SmokePro and use approximately a quart sized deli container full of pellets when cooking on the high smoke setting for 4 hours. These pellets are a perfect match for the Camp Chef. We have tried other brands they were not as effective in producing a true Hickory Smoke flavor. Also this brand has proven to be less expensive and a better value than other brands we tried. Also, it is best to use a brand that is compatible with your smoker to avoid possible issues such as creating a "pellet bridge" which can lead to excessive smoking and excessive fire - hence leading to the fire department showing up to check out your Camp Chef. We use the Camp Chef more in the summer. 4 bags of pellets last the entire Summer into the Fall season ; cooking once a week.
A: 1 pound
A: The burn rate at 225 degrees F is about 1 pound per hour.
A: Depends on what you are grilling. A steak or burgers will use less than a 1 lb. A brisket with a 12 hour smoke will use most of a 20 lb.bag. Overall the cost is about the same as propane.
A: It is all dependent on for how long you grill and at what temperature. Smoking at low temps for hours will consume far less pellets than grilling at max temp for the same length of time. A bag of pellets will last our family thru several heavy duty grilling sections.
A: That depends on the smoking temperature and time.
A: It all depends on what you're cooking and how long of a time it takes to cook that certain food Plus the higher the temperature the The The more pellets you will be using