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Unread 12-06-2012, 03:34 PM   #6
jrn
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To answer your last question....

When I get ready to cook on the uds, I pull out charcoal basket and shake ashes out. Then I'll just pour new lump right on top of the older lump. Then I might add some more wood, maybe not. Just depends on what I'm cooking that day. But I always leave the older chunks of wood in the basket. Never had any problems doing it this way. I cook often, so the older charcoal never sits long enough to go bad.
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