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Perhaps dumb ?'s re: the handling/storage of lump.
Hi all and Happy Saturday!
I was just getting my egg ready to trex some rib-eye and decided that there must be a better way to deal with lump.
I needed to clean out ash ect so all the leftover lump came out. Most of it ends up as really small bits that "look" too small to put back in. Is that idiotic? Any way, the larger of the used stuff goes into a galvanized bucket, the little tid-bits get tossed and the egg gets de-ashed.
Now to the bag of lump (bge brand if it matters). On the top of my bags are all the larger peices with progressively smaller pieces down at the bottom. For tonight, I will be reaching my hand deep into that black obyss to pull out single-piece after single-piece of lump to add to the lava...It's a mess and seems too time consuming.
I cann't believe there isn't a better way. I get just as flustered when I am setting up a long, low and slow.
So....anybody want to share their lumpy little secrets.... :woohoo: