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Royal Oak Briquettes?

RiverFarmRiverFarm Posts: 216
edited 2:33PM in EggHead Forum
My DH asked whether there was any filler in these things, since he wasn't sure how they could form them into briquettes without something added. Since they say 100% natural wood, I'd think not, but then how do they do it?

Comments

  • smoker22smoker22 Posts: 12
    natural corn starch is used as a binder
  • RiverFarmRiverFarm Posts: 216
    So he was right. Wonder why it doesn't say that anywhere - or nowhere I saw with a quick look. What if you're allergic to corn?
  • smoker22smoker22 Posts: 12
    its a very small percentage and thats the only ingredient other than hardwood
  • RiverFarmRiverFarm Posts: 216
    Thanks! I'll relay the info.
  • Morro Bay RichMorro Bay Rich Posts: 2,227
    Unless you eat the briquettes :S there wouldn't be too much of a problem.
  • RiverFarmRiverFarm Posts: 216
    Good point. I don't think that's on the menu.
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