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I've seen a post on cedar shims being used on the Egg.
Just came across this at Wally World and was wondering if one could safely use this cedar for plank cooking?
I think it reads 2" deep. Which seems like a typo...but I'm not real handy. Just can't imagine 2" thick for a linig?
Any help greatly appreciated! If this is a score for some reason, I realize it would be best to change the title and spread the word.