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The general consensus is that you let the lump burn for lets say 15 20 minutes to burn out the so called bad smoke. OK so how does that work in a long and slow burn where new lump is lighting. Does that not produce bad smoke? If you have bad smoke when you first light up then why would you not have bad smoke during a long and slow when the new lump starts cooking off?