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A: No, they mean more of the charcoal is combusted endless remains as ash at the end of the cook.
A: I use lump charcoal exclusively as I am not keen on the coal based binders used to make briquettes. Hardwood is Hotter then briquettes but I am not so sure what they mean and what your. You will get ash, but not on your food. You mention smoking which is done by putting dampened wood chips on your coals...Your food will get a smoker coating on it from smoking, but I would not say it is “ash” I also feel you get MORE AND FINER ash from briquettes then hardwood. I BBQ two times a week on average....
A: Yes. That is correct.
A: I believe they mean for clean up. I may be wrong though. I use this for low and slow smoking. I think it works great. I have an off-set smoker. I will add split logs for the smoke.
A: no, less ash as it burns. If you cook close to coals you might get some ash. Never have found ASH on my food from this or other lump that i have used. Less ash means more complete burn of lump
A: I don't think this is suitable for smoking food.
A: I use my Weber Kettle for smoking and have never had an issues with spot/ash on the meat.
A: Yes it's great for smoking meats and great for grilling meats to.
A: No, they are talking about the amount of ash left in the bottom of your grill after the cook. Less waste and less clean up.
A: Don, For a Church festival every year we rotisserie cook 1200 chickens on this lump charcoal. We have never had issues with soot on the chickens. One year, when we had to use briquettes the ash built up so fast that by early afternoon the new briquettes being added were sitting in so much ash that they weren't burning very hot.
A: No but small pieces are majority of bags lately.I found Kamado Joe has bigger chunks, but smaller chunks are good for faster cooking, so I buy both
A: No. This is hardwood scrap and offcuts byproducts from sawmills and furniture industry. You'll occasionally see a bit of tongue and groove that's been rendered into charcoal. Here's a PBS video on the process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ggj5IKNsPQ
A: This is all their website says: Authentic, all natural kiln made lump charcoal made from 100% American hardwood. Perfect for smoking or grilling meats in charcoal grills, smokers, and kamados. My guess is no.
A: I think your answer is printed on the bag itself. (100% All Natural Hardwood Lump Charcoal) Reference: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Royal-Oak-15-44-lb-100-All-Natural-Hardwood-Lump-Charcoal-198228021/206732872 By the way, this is the only charcoal that I use, I love it and recommend it.
A: Algum, recycled has different meanings for different people- but I doubt they use wood that been previously used in another product since it would be hard to determine chemicals or pollutants that it may have been exposed to in its prior usage. I do assume that a lot of wood being used is wood left over from logging/sawmill- branches, wood that is too small or crooked to be made into boards or beams and otherwise would go to waste. . Royal Crown says:"100 percent all natural - made from renewable oak, hickory, maple and walnut. No chemicals or additives." If you go to Royal Oak website they have a link that you can use to ask them this question. Go to Royal-Oak.com and click on the contact button.
|Brand||Royal Oak||Frontier||Myron Mixon||JEALOUS DEVIL|
|Name||15.44 lbs. 100% All Natural Hardwood Lump Charcoal||17.6 lbs. Natural Lump Charcoal/Wood||17.6 lbs. Premium 100% All Natural Lump Charcoal Oak Wood Chunks||20 lbs. Lump Charcoal/Wood|
|Bag Weight (lb.)||15.44 lb||17.6 lb||17.6 lb||20 lb|
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