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Just wanted to say thanks to the Virtual Weber Bullet

Today I put my old warn out 18" WSM out to the curb and wanted to say thanks to the VWB website which has provided me with lots of helpful information and receipes through the years.
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  • ChokeOnSmokeChokeOnSmoke Posts: 1,714
    Spent many years there, great site!
    Packerland, Wisconsin

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  • skellis614skellis614 Posts: 62
    Agreed. Spent a lot of time on that site.
    LBGE, Burgeoning Accessories
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  • NJ_BBQNJ_BBQ Posts: 77
    edited July 2013
    No offense to the folks at Weber or WSM users, but I feel like I got the training wheels off moving over to the Egg!
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  • mikeb9550mikeb9550 Posts: 95
    Just listed my wsm on Craigslist a little while ago. It's what got me started in real BBQ. That site is also great. Still go there now and then.
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  • wow, you got rid of a wsm?  cold dead hands brother, I will never give that thing up.  to each his own I guess.  glad you have an egg though.

    John - SLC, UT

     Webers, Eggs, Bubba Keg, Smokin-It #3

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  • LitLit Posts: 3,494
    I got rid of my WSM after just a couple cooks on the egg. I did replace it with another egg though so I didn't lose any real estate.
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  • busmaniabusmania Posts: 288
    wow, you got rid of a wsm?  cold dead hands brother, I will never give that thing up.  to each his own I guess.  glad you have an egg though.

    I have been debating whether I should give mine up or not.  What do you still use yours for?  I have not used mine since I figured out the egg a few months ago.  but I have thought of selling so I can buy more accessories.
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  • busmania said:



    wow, you got rid of a wsm?  cold dead hands brother, I will never give that thing up.  to each his own I guess.  glad you have an egg though.
    I have been debating whether I should give mine up or not.  What do you still use yours for?  I have not used mine since I figured out the egg a few months ago.  but I have thought of selling so I can buy more accessories.

    I cooked eight butts on my 22" wsm for my brothers wedding a few weeks ago. The capacity is great, and the end result is the same as the egg, just less fuel used. But if you don't use it, your suggestion of turning it into accessories is a good one.

    I just love how mine dials in at 250 for 18 hours. It won't go much past that though without a reload. I also love how I can take it my car easily. Every cooker has its place for me I guess.

    John - SLC, UT

     Webers, Eggs, Bubba Keg, Smokin-It #3

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  • busmaniabusmania Posts: 288
    Yeah, the WSM is sooooo EASY!  That is another reason I cant seem to get rid of it!
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