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Old 12-08-2013, 10:09 AM   #22
sdgoodspeed
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Again, no experience, but assuming a 4 or 6 hour cook at 250 or something like that, really prefer to cook at 275-300 but for comparison is it more expensive to use a load of charcoal or a pellets? There's probably a thread somewhere, I'm just trying to analyze this whole charcoal versus pellets deal. Not sure how hot and fast would work with pellets as far as expense, too.
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