lump or brickettes in bge
Had a conversation with a customer in my shop yesterday. The customer saw my stock pile of Kingsford and we got to talking about BBQ. He asked me why I had so much Kingsford and so little lump.
I told him that I like to use the Kingsford more for the type of BBQ that I do.
He told me that he had just got a ceramic style cooker and he was instructed to use only lump in the cooker as the chemicals in the Kingsford would permeate the ceramic, and cause the food to have an off taste later on with future cooks,
As an avid reader of this forum, I do not recall this being a problem with the many posters here who have ceramic style cookers.
Is this a problem, or was this customer misinformed?