Try soaking your cedar plant before use to extend the grilling time of the board and get a richer depth of flavor from the wood.
Use cedar planks as a rustic presentation board for charcuterie platters and cheese platters.
Meats, fishes, and vegetables cooked on a cedar plank have a rich, smoky flavor with incredible appeal.
|Product Height (in.)||0.31 in||Product Length (in.)||11.73 in|
|Product Width (in.)||5.31 in|
|Aromatic Flavor||Cedar||Average lifespan (months)||1|
|Cookware Type||Grilling Plank||Grill Compatibility||Charcoal, Electric, Kamado, Natural Gas, Propane|
|Grilling Tools & Utensils Features||No Additional Features||Includes||No Additional Items Included|
|Number of Pieces||1||Outdoor Cooking Features||No Additional Features|
|Outdoor Living Product Type||Cooking Accessory||Package Type||Individual|
|Product Weight (lb.)||.41 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year limited|
A: Yes, this product is raw.
A: It is a plain cedar plank...nothing else added!
A: Reusable. Cook over indirect heat. When finished cooking, allow to cool, wash in the sink (I didn't use soap), let dry, then store for next use.
A: This can be reused.
A: Yes, if you are careful not to char.
A: If you Char one side of the board, as some recipes suggest, this becomes a one use board. It is far too thin to take repeated heatings
A: It's not. But you would need to have a way to slice the lumber quite thin.