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In Reply to: Re: A question about wood posted by Karubecue on February 28, 2009 at 20:47:26:
That is a question I have often wondered myself. With making charcoal all the white smoke is burned off,and at best a little blue remains so it seems to me that with wood a certain amount of white smoke, weather seen of or not is present with a wood fire or even when using wood chunks, and therefore leaves minute at best, amounts of creosote, alcohol and phenol on your food. I guess I should refrain from saying that if you use my charcoal you do not need to deal with either.
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