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Old 07-21-2009, 04:59 PM   #35
backyardchef
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I think a fuller cooker is definitely more humid, but more mass requires more fuel and also effects the air flow in the cooker and how efficiently/evenly the smoke/heat/air moves through the pit. I think....maybe.....

And probably the design of the pit has plenty to do with how it reacts to the quantity of product being cooked.....
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