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Re: Another Question Related to Burn Ban in Texas


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Posted by Jackitup on November 10, 2011 at 03:47:26:

In Reply to: Re: Another Question Related to Burn Ban in Texas posted by Fisher1 on November 09, 2011 at 21:59:10:

Good observation and true. Technically speaking, electric is dryer than gas but due to necessary design for obvious reasons, flame vs electric element, gas smokers have much more air exchange resulting in a 'less' moist enviroment. And the skunky taste from mercaptan is pretty much bull unless the venturi is way goofed and you are burning a dirty, yellow flame. Gas cooking has been around for quite some time and works great. Just remember without some wood or chips it is is not bbq. I have a gas assist and love it and actually gets better bark than my brothers Soutern Pride that is electrc, also a fine smoker.
Jon


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