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Unread 06-20-2013, 01:46 PM   #1
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I have these old pecan cut mini-logs. Guess they are like 6" x 10"-12". These have been sitting on a covered porch for at least six years. No rot or anything like that. Would you use these or save them for the fire pit?
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Bro, unless they've got fungus and rot, I'd say they're more than perfect for a cook. They may burn a little hotter than younger wood, being so dry, but definitely give them a shot.
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Heck yeah DBH. I've got some old apple-wood splits that are in the same condition. I just cut them into small chunks, soak them in a bucket of water for an hour or so and throw them on the pit.
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Excellent! Split it up and go!!
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