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Unread 09-08-2009, 09:54 AM   #27
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I think I found a picture of Phil and his wheel...




cough cough...... gag gag..... ugh busted....

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some stuff i read in the last 2 posts above..


yankee gator.. Curious.. why are you soaking the wood? IMO, Wet wood produces steam and causes the wood to smolder instead of burn clean.

SeattlePitBoss.. Cedar is a conifer(Softwood) similar to pine and fir. When burning softwoods in your pit, you risk releasing tarry resins which can stick to the seasoning(ont he steel), and/or pit the steel and embed an offtaste in your cooker. Using a cedar pland to cook on is one thing, but to burn it in the pit is like burning pine. Something to avoid.
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