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I've never tasted the lump. I think that's your problem. You should not eat the lump, you put it in the egg and light it on fire. :evil: :laugh:
:ohmy: see now that makes me feel some dumb now :P
Ok so help me here i am alittle slow... The bad smoke comes from lighting new lump. Now when we pack the lump in the fire ring to do a low and slow and we light it now the bad smoke burns until all the new lump is lit and burning? that just doesn't …