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Pickle Buckets

YBYB Posts: 3,861
edited 6:30AM in EggHead Forum
Krystal hamburger pickles come in a 5 gallon bucket,the lid has a o-ring in it,very easy to get it on and off and keeps your lump moisture free.It takes 3 buckets to hold a 20 pound bag of BGE lump,when you get a new bag separate it into 3 piles,small, medium and large and put each pile in a bucket.I give one of the employees a little money to save them for me,this really works good,Bryan i have you 3,call me sometime.
YB

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  • sprintersprinter Posts: 1,188
    YB,[p]Mmmmmm, pork loin smoked with pickle wood, I can taste it now. No, wait.......that was just stomach acid starting to repeat a bit on me.[p]You be sure to wash those pickle buckets out well. Take about 3 Tablespoons of bleach and put it in them and fill them with water and wait about a day or so and it should take the smell out.[p]Thanks for the great idea, most grocery stores that make cakes etc. (almost all Wal Mart stores) get their icing in those buckets as well, just another source for those who don't have access to.......gulp.....pickle buckets.[p]Troy
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