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Old 11-15-2012, 01:01 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Just BS View Post
How do you place the brick(s)?
I've got an insulated stickburner, so my wood consumption is fairly low to maintain 265. I burn a couple cherry bricks and they last about 1.25-1.5 hours, then there are hot coals left that I set the next bricks on top of. I initially start my fire with lump and wood splits until the pit is up to temp, then burn the mojobricks. If you require a fairly large fire to keep the temp up, then you will probably burn through them quicker than I do. I normally set them with the thinner long side down, with 1/2 of the brick in the hot coals to ignite them.
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