Is a UDS as a cooker okay?
I volunteer at a non-profit labrador retriever rescue and thought that a BBQ fundraiser would be a great way to get some money for the rescue and gain exposure for the rescue as well.
I hear others talk about using a UDS for comps etc. but when it comes to selling to the public is there any issue with using a UDS? I guess what I would really be wondering is how to answer the question of "What was in the drum originally?" I made my UDS and have used it myself since spring feeding family and friends so I am not concerned with it being toxic (burned her out real good, used all stainless parts etc.) but not sure how to respond.
I also have to look up rules and regs on cooking for a non-profit fundraiser too. If anyone has experience with this I'd love to know your lessons learned on any of the above.
Thanks in advance
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