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  1. Which one do you prefer on a classic 3 ? Do you see any advantages one to the other ?
  2. I got some of Penzey’s blends for bbq/grills. I got their smallest bottles on each to try out. Anyone has any other brand&blend suggestions ? Even though you can make any blends yourself, I find blends more convenient.
  3. I am glad that I opened up this thread. This is why it is best to buy products online only from reputable authorized dealers. I had received delivery of my order with bbqguys already. Just wanted to see if these guys were real. I contacted kamadojoe.com and informed the customer service department about the fraud website mentioned. I guess they will take it from here. Rico and Robkabob, I hope you get your money back quickly.
  4. not bad for the first time except the kabop sticks being a little too long. I had turn the whole thing over and over again manually. Someone in the forum suggested to trim down the sticks. i wish I listened to him. By the way, the soapstone works wonders.
  5. I had ordered mine on bbqguys and it delivered yesterday. Shortly after I came across this website. Feel much better now. Thank you John and jtemple.
  6. This website has %50 off on lots of grills including Kamada Joes until Jan 24. I have never seen heavy discounts like this anywhere, especially for the latest models. Too good to be true in my opinion. Anyone heard about these guys ? https://sunlandes.com/product-tag/on-sale-50/
  7. Had some fun today and finally ready to go.
  8. Just arrived. Will share more photos once opened and moved.
  9. the link to the article is here : https://www.ehow.com/list_7386126_dangers-soapstone-cookware_.html
  10. I wanted to do a little research about the popular soapstone grate that we all love for Kamado Joe. Just found this out below. Asbestos Some soapstone, primarily that from California, does contain naturally occurring asbestos, which are long, thin, separable fibers that run through the stone. If NOA breaks down and the microscopic fibers become airborne, they can cause health issues. You would have to breathe in a significant amount of these fibers over an extended period of time to experience any adverse effects. Because much of the soapstone for cookware comes from Brazil, it is unlikely to contain any asbestos. If you are concerned about asbestos in your soapstone, find out where it was quarried, and whether the manufacturer took precautions to remove asbestos from the rock. Anyone has more solid information on this ? It doesn't seem like this is a direct hazard for health but it still bothered me. I'll email to KJ and see where their soapstone is quarried from and update you all here.
  11. Will definitely do that. Just got a call from the freight company this morning. Seems like it will deliver much earlier ( tomorrow ) than the estimated delivery date.
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