Thread: Crazy question.
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Old 12-02-2012, 08:34 AM   #6
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Default is completely plausable to dry/"season" wood in an oven, over night. It's basically a small scale compartment kiln. And if he's just using chunks or smaller pieces for his egg, I'd say that 24 hours is plenty of time to get them to a useable stage. I often dry green wood in my vertical chamber of my offset while I cook in the main chamber.

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