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Fight the 'system' from the inside, that's the way to do it!!1move said:I lived in a condo and got onto the regulating condo board. They were against all charcoal grills at one meeting and I was for it. I held the next meeting at my place and cooked for all of them, and educated them a bit more about the egg and Kamados in general. Needless to say the board now approves Kamado grills, and it was written into the Condo bylaws.
Most of us don't soak our chunks or chips. All it does is steam and doesn't accomplish anything.bgeaddikt said:
I pondered about this concern as well and it may depend on how big the chunks are, if they are soaked or not, the type of wood, and placement of the chunks inside the coals. I tend to stack them a certain way or space them out according to how the fire will spread to keep constant smoking. If you see white smoke the whole time I don't think that would be good either.