Wholesale Hardwood Charcoal
Wholesale Hardwood Charcoal. charcoal is made from 100% natural hardwood, producing only the best smoky flavors for your foods. In its natural lump shape, this pure charcoal is made from oak, ebony, and mesquite hardwoods to give your foods an unmistakable, classic wood-smoked taste without the presence of chemicals or additives.
Charcoal in a box, with a convenient patented ignition system that’s allows instant lighting. Our charcoal is made all from organic material without the use of any chemicals during the manufacturing process. Hardwood Charcoal
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How to use Hardwood Charcoal
If you are new to the world of grilling, you may wonder how to use hardwood lump charcoal in your outdoor grill that you’ve built. The best grills, after all, need hardwood lump charcoal that’s often used with charcoal grill, charcoal briquettes, or some type of propane gas in order to operate. Hardwood Lump Charcoal
Natural Lump Charcoal should be lit about 15-20 minutes prior to grilling. DON’T use lighter fluid or newspaper to start your charcoal. Once again, it’s all about the flavor. Keep it natural, invest in a chimney starter or an electric starter. BBQ Charcoal
A chimney starter is a large, vented steel cylinder that is filled with charcoal and makes cooking with charcoal much simpler. Place a couple of lit fatwood sticks in the bottom area of the chimney starter, below the charcoal. After about 20 minutes the charcoal is ready to be dumped into the grill. Charcoal Briquettes
Set and maintain the temperature via built-in controls or by opening up the grill grate and moving the charcoal lumps around to create different grill zones.
If you collect a bunch of charcoal in one area underneath a grill grate, it creates an ultra-hot burner, which is great when learning how to use a searing burner. Hardwood Charcoal
How to Make Hardwood Lump Charcoal
Charcoal making is a simple process, however during each step there are protocols to be followed or that beautiful charcoal will either burn down to ashes or it will be “undercooked” and the impurities will remain. The result of your labor is not anything like the briquettes you pick up at the hardware store for a summer barbeque. Hardwood Charcoal for Sale
Supply of Hardwood: Oak, walnut, ash, and fruitwoods are good. Old hardwood shipping crates are good source. Don’t use softwoods like pine or cedar—they won’t burn long enough to cook a hot dog. Wholesale Hardwood Charcoal
Some people simply dig a hole for their fire. I use an old 55-gallon drum. If you use a drum, make sure you burn it clean of all residues of oil or whatever. Wholesale Hardwood Charcoal
How to Light Wholesale Hardwood Charcoal
We have 5 methods here of lighting charcoal. Some of them require special equipment, others none at all. And we have ordered them from top to bottom in order of our preferred way of lighting…and we have tried them all many, many times. Charcoal for sale
Using a charcoal chimney starter is the preferred method by most because it works well, is clean and cheap, and is relatively quick compared to lighting the coal from inside your grill. Hardwood Charcoal
Firelighters or starters use paraffin wax, compressed cardboard or wax coated wood shavings to ignite the charcoal. They also work well to start your chimney and don’t leave ash as a newspaper will. Also, paraffin wax is non-toxic and doesn’t leave any odor or residue. Buy Hardwood Charcoal in Bulk
Briquettes may light easier and burn longer than hardwood, but there are so many fillers, binders, and chemicals in those perfect black lumps. But real hardwood–charcoal that is made of completely wood and burned until it’s pretty much pure carbon–burns hotter, and imparts a purely smoky flavor. No chemicals involved. Charcoal for sale
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