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In Reply to: Is Minion Method Competition Worthy? posted by Curt on November 10, 2011 at 14:31:24:
I don't think it is a problem if you let the top layer burn until it stops smoking before you put the meat on. When smoke from the coals below comes up through well lit charcoal, most of the impurities are burned off. That is, when the coals underneath are catching fire they release smoke, which contains the impurities, but it is burned off when it comes up through the burning top layer. If the impurities were escaping, you would see them, in the form of white smoke. Hope this makes sense.
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