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Old 11-04-2011, 10:34 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by landarc View Post
I think hanging may increase convection, which would also play a role in cooking time.
Hi Landarc,

I'm not versed at all on convection cooking. Please expand on your thought. I've done searches on cooking on hooks vs grates, and have basically come up empty handed. There are a few threads on this that really didn't answer the question.

I love low and slow and the traditional UDS is great for that., but a one hour cook that produces good food sounds great for days when I come home from work in the evening with only a little daylight left.

This may sound stupid, but I'm trying to separate marketing hype from reality. If I just let in more intake than normal to cook around 300, wouldn't the regular UDS do the same thing?
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