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I was curious if anyone has tried it and what they thought. I was at Costco the other day and they had it in 34lb bags. I figured I would give it a try since it was quite a bit cheaper than the Wicked Good that I normally use. I've only grilled steaks so far with it. It seemed to get started a lot quicker than WG but it sparked a lot more than WG. The size of the pieces were a good mix nothing too small. Smelled good not too sure what woods are in it. I'm curious how it is on a long smoke. Since it seemed to start so much quicker I wonder if it will burn up that much faster.
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