Originally Posted by Mad About Que
note the he had to say "food grade" there? ha.
Of course I said food grade. I'm not sure why the 'ha', but it important because food grade pellets don't use any binders or inedible oils to lubricate the machine. Heating grade pellets are cheaper but can use glues for binding and any type of lubricant. I certainly don't want that on my food.
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