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I've had my LBGE for nearly a year, and have tried all kinds of cooks thanks in large part to this forum. But tonight after cooking ordinary burgers I opened the bottom vent and let it do a short clean burn to get rid of the grease.
I came back out after about 15 minutes and it looks like my Egg is sweating! Some brown sweat, which I assume is grease/water and some clear water are coming through the ceramic and the glaze and evaporating off the surface of the hot Egg.
Have you seen this before? Does it portend something bad?