I'd say it would depend on how large of pieces we are talking. Obviously smaller one would dry quicker. Not sure about the 24hrs though. Seems fishy to me. Also, IMO seasoning fire wood isn't just drying it out. Its allowing the log to die and completely dry out on a more molecule level and I just don't see that being possible in a 24hr period. Just my opinion and not really backed by science, but hey, BBQ isn't a science!
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