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Thanks for the imput. I was just at the local grocery store salad bar loading up on fresh cut veggies. I don't have any yeast at home. The kids are napping and wife working so I'm going to have to try homemade on Sunday.
One thing to consider is learning your egg first then getting dialed in with the digiq. I borrowed a stoker once and feel better with nothing. I hope you cook turns out well. Also having a few good beers while cooking helps the outcome:)
I've seen some bad reviews of the KA meat grinder attachement. I'm sure its good for small quantities and I know some use it here. I like my Kitchener #12. It's around $100 at Norther…
For those of you that don't like the transportability of the egg, check this out. My buddy made it in an hour or so out of 2x4's and some plywood. The smaller cross member comes on and off with 2 wing nuts. You take it off set it on the ground an…
This is the pic I tried to upload last night but was boarder line throwing my phone in the egg. It was wonderful. My 3 older daughters and wife all went to town. Will be doing this again and soon. Happy Thanks giving to all of you.