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Re: nut hulls

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Posted by Ray Basso on October 29, 2013 at 16:38:12:

In Reply to: nut hulls posted by PaddyQ on October 29, 2013 at 14:51:54:

I have never used them myself but I have heard that they work fine if you don't use too many. I have even heard that they work really great. You have to make sure there are no worms or bugs in them. The following is a post to the forum about this question.


Re: Hickory (7/3/2002 10:18:48 AM by BBbrew)

My dad has a couple of Hickory trees in his backyard. I was visting for the weekend and gathered a couple of handfulls of dried hulls that were lying about on the ground, and threw them in the fire. (Hey, I was desperate. All he has is a gas grill and I was trying to slow-cook a pork butt. At least it was a Weber with a rotisseri).

Anyway, it worked fine. I say go for it. Just make sure the hulls are clean and dry before you use them. Sooner or later (next ice storm) some limbs will fall off the trees too. So save (and use) those too.


Ray Basso

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