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View Poll Results: Charcoal of choice in the UDS
Lump 6 46.15%
Briquettes 7 53.85%
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Unread 03-13-2009, 01:08 PM   #1
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Talking UDS Poll: Lump or Briq?

Here we go again. Norco suggested a poll in the Rancher thread. With only 2 categories and not knowing how to set up a poll , just a question: Lump or Briq in a UDS

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I have used briqs so far

Don't you guys who use lump have high temps and low cook times?
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I mix both and go heavy on the briqs.
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I have used briqs so far

Don't you guys who use lump have high temps and low cook times?
I have gotten as much as 18 hours out of a basket full of lump. 10-12 is easy.
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Briqs but will try lump.
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Quote:
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I have used briqs so far

Don't you guys who use lump have high temps and low cook times?
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I have gotten as much as 18 hours out of a basket full of lump. 10-12 is easy.
Did the Pretty Good BBQ last year and went close to 20 hours on a single basket... Never had a problem....
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Have used both successfully, but still prefer briquet charcoal if I can only have one, or the other.
Like the good Doc, however, I like to mix the two, leaning a little heavier on the briq. charcoal side.
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