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Rich_ieRich_ie Posts: 268
edited July 2012 in EggHead Forum
That is so true BUT it takes awhile to get use to the EGG and the way it cooks. I use to go 25
° -30
°  UNDER the temp you need. The reason way is when your new you need to check your food to make sure its not burning. When you open the lid you let air to the lump and it will go up in temp. (Please make sure you BURP your Egg.) Once you get use to the way the Egg cooks and you find "the hot spots" always changes. And can adjust for them you can and will just bring the temp to where you need it. This is NOT when your cooking low and slow A.K.A. indirect.  I hope this helps it sure helped me. Just remember to have fun!  :D
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