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Rick in Ontario

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  1. Thanks. My understanding of the Tappaque air probe is that it connects to the base unit using Bluetooth, then you connect to the base using either Bluetooth or WI-fi on your phone whereas Meater is standalone and connects directly to your phone via Bluetooth. https://www.tappecue.com/wireless-probe That is one of the reasons Tappeque looks appealing to me. Another is that this system also can control a fan for pit temperature control.
  2. Have any of you guys had any experience with Tappeque Cruise Control and the new Air Probe? It looks very interesting to me.
  3. If that is the case you are lucky, my bamboo shelves began to go funky (mold I suspect) as did many others. I believe that was the primary reason they were replaced by the plastic.
  4. I do mine at 300 for 3 to 4 hours, no wrap is necessary on a Kamado in my experience. A Kamado provides a very moist cooking environment. As always YMMV
  5. OK, I understand now. What happens with the blower adapter when you are cooking and not using the blower?
  6. I assume you would NOT use it on cooks over 275 F.
  7. Just to add to your decision making problem, I just stumbled across Tappeque in a post here a few days ago and it looks very interesting. https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=tappeque
  8. Wow, that's expensive for Costco!
  9. I have re-frozen meats many times with no ill effects.
  10. John; What was the lighter tool you used in the walk around video? It looked a bit different? Rick
  11. PBW (Powdered Brewers Wash) would likely work well too.
  12. I'm guessing that means "we forget to re-bag it once in a while". I do understand that KJ does not likely manufacture charcoal but I'm surprised they get it in individual bags and re-bag it.
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