A: Thank you for your question. Yes, you can use wood chunks in your fire pit.
A: Yes, We cook over wood when we are camping. And it isn’t nice cherry wood. I have used our apple wood when we cut our tree down. It was great.
A: You can definitely use it in place of charcoal. However, it will burn faster and not as hot. I think it either lists it as an option on the back of the bag or maybe just an older packaging. I have used it in the place of charcoal and it works for heat but if you grill vegetables or meat on it before it turns into charcoal whatever you are grilling will be saturated with smoke flavor.
A: this is for low and slow smoking not for grilling, so it won't be good in place of charcoal.
A: Sure you can. Charcoal last longer without having to be replenished . I would like to think charcoal is less expensive
A: Thank you for your question. Using kiln dried or fresh cut is your preference. However, it can also depend on how much time you have before the smoking process. If you want to smoke your food faster, we suggest using kiln dried.
A: You want the wood dried, but I prefer to soak the wood in the water for about an hour to make the smoke last longer in my grill. Usually, a couple of pieces of wood do the trick.
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