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    • I don't think moving the coals out of the kettle is all that practical. Especially if you have the possibility of dropping small pieces on outdoor rugs, decks, or able to roll under  patio furniture. I just walk out the next morning after a cook and put the cover on. Also you will find the more you cook the quicker your kamado cools down when you shut the vents. I don't have scientific data, but my best guess is this is because of the greasy gunk the builds up on and around your vents and on your gasket and works like sealant  to fill in gaps and make them seal up tighter. 
    • Once the charcoal is out the cooling time will depend alot on the amount and temperature of the ceramics, If your sure the coals are out I open the top vent to aid in cooling before I put the cover on.
    • Welcome to the guru @georgec. Here is a good reference to help you with Kamado cooking.    
    • The best vacuum sealer for non-food products – entrige vacuum sealer  We know entrige vacuum sealer as the best vacuum sealer for meat and fish, as well as other food products. But did you know that it’s just as effective for non-food products? Well, now you know. So, join us in this guide/review as we justify this claim.  Entrige vacuum sealer description + functionalities  For anyone looking for a versatile and convenient vacuum sealer for their kitchen, this vacuum sealer offers just the right features for that. It is your go-to if you want something to help you plan your meal more easily while saving considerable costs on your recipes simultaneously. To further cement its versatility, you can further extend the shelf life of non-food products, including medical equipment, electronics, etc., without incurring extra costs. Besides its versatility, it features two equally effective sealing modes allowing you to seal foods and non-foods regardless of their nature – moist or dry. With its clever design, you get to select two distinct modes, to offer your items the best preservation experience possible. In all these, if you’re worried about the best food vacuum sealer budget, this machine offers a budget-friendly alternative for you. Consequently, it gives the best value you can ever see for your money.  Even with the overwhelming array of features attributable to it, its ease of use is second to none. With entrige vacuum sealer machine, you can expect a fully automated vacuum sealing process. Hence, you can always get the best sealing experience, regardless of the non-food product you’re sealing. It has led lights that indicate certain processes, stainless steel panel, as well as a control center, which you can always find on its top panel. These are great indicators of how user-friendly the machine is, even for the average joe.  Most importantly, the vacuum sealer is very safe to use for several processes, with is quality lab tester raw materials. It boasts several industry-standard certifications and Inspections that make it suitable for every household use. How the vacuum sealer can help with non-food products  As you probably know, vacuum sealing brings external influences to the barest minimum. In essence, it shields dust and other external particles, especially moisture, from your products. Ultimately, this helps optimize their life span over an extended period. Besides extending shelf life, you also get to conserve enough space, making these items easier to transport from one location to another. Besides, since vacuum sealing conserves the integrity of the packaged item, it can help optimize and streamline production processes. This is because it rids the manufacturer of the need to keep assessing the Item at every stage of production. Of course, this also applies to small-scale productions done at home.  Entrige vacuum sealer offers a great way to keep your money and valuables away from fraud. Since they are completely sealed, you can easily know when someone has tampered with them, in one way or the other.  In a nutshell, the vacuum sealer’s versatility is not just limited to food products, it does just as well for non-food materials. So, with this Vacuum Sealer Reviews: Finding the Best Vacuum Sealer for your non-food items should be more approachable and devoid of stress. 
    • how this will sit inside pit boss 24? there is no wire holding this ?
    • I did order one and it arrived in two days.  I'll probably take it to our weekend home in the mountains before I unbox it.  I have a weber kettle there as well so I'll see which one I like better.  I think the PK will let me control air flow better, no complaints about the weber kettle though.
    • Welcome, @georgec.  For a KJ series 1, the standard KJ basket fits (have one in my Classic 1). I go for the "shut it down" method of cooling, as that's how you save the coals for the next cook.  But, if you need to, the KJ basket absolutely can be used to easily remove the charcoal, allowing the dome to cool off quicker.  I've not done that, but have used the process, and it works.
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