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Old 11-13-2008, 06:54 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by agentmichael View Post
I am wondering if you just add wood with your charcoal, do it really matter, but if you are a stickburner it would make a difference,,,,,,,,

when I use my WSM, I don't bother
In my case... it takes a while to get logs to a good bed of coals so starting out with charcoal and laying wood on top gets you to operation conditions quicker... by the time your charcoal burns out you really don't need it because the pit, meat and coals from your wood are all jiving.

thats my pit though. I use a lot of fuel.
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