|Bag Weight (lb.)||20 lb||Flavor||Apple|
|Lighter Fluid Required||No||Lighter Fluid Required||Lighter Fluid Not Required|
|Number of Bags/Boxes||1||Outdoor Living Product Type||Wood Pellets|
A: Yes,most all pellets are universal. For smoking
A: Yes. I have a smoke vault and use the apple, mesquite, oak and cherry. Not all at the same time. Use sparingly. About a cup at a time. Too much will create a large smoke issue
A: you can if you use pellet smoker box. No recommended though because the pellets are burned too quickly and there is no feeder
A: You can but it would be better to use wood chips. The pellets are used in pellet smoker to heat as well as smoke. Apple wood chips are cheaper and give better smoke than the pellets. I have both types of smokers and have used them in gas smokers when I am desperate.
A: Yes they will. The only problem is that the warranty on your trager is only valid if you use traegar pellets. But the work perfectly well.
A: IMO there is no difference. I have used these for quite some time. Burns clean.
A: Yes, they look just alike & perform the same! My son & grand son in law both have switched over to these. I love the price & convenience of Ordering them on line & having the product directly to home. We have also used the Pit Boss brand with the same great results. Home Depot carries both. We like the competition blend as well. Like changing up the smoke flavors.
A: tried them both i didnt notice any diffetence
A: I have purchased these twice, and I have not seen, smelled, tasted any difference at all. I have been a Traeger owner (actually own two...) for about five years now, and these were great!
A: These will work just as well as the Traeger branded pellets. You're just paying for the name. I personally have the CampChef smoker and these work fine in mine.
A: Yes you can. Traeger will say that if you use anything but Traeger pellets it voids the warranty. But all pellets will work in most smokers. Some leave more ash or burn hotter than others.
A: this will definitely work in the Traeger, or any wood pellet grill.
A: Yes, most pellets are universal
A: The packages usually come in 10 or 20 pound packages
A: I have gotten 20hrs out of one bag. I did brisket 10hrs and ribs 5hrs and still had 1/4 bag left.
A: 20 pounds
A: 20 ponds per package
A: Most pellets are a blend, usually with an Alder base from the little research I've done. That said, no company will give out their 'recipe' so to speak.
A: They are not 100 % cherry but hardwood with a cherry component. They are very good though and burn clean and give a sweet flavor.
A: No... it’s harder to find 100% wood pellets. These are a combination of apple and other woods. They still give great smoke and flavor