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So I found this at Publix and at only $4 for a 10# bag (for any youngsters who think # is hashtag...it's actually a symbol for "pound")1451274a81a50674b12ccdc6d55e1392.jpg upon opening it looks promising:0a0f565551d559de08015c501ec00b27.jpglit up quickly with no sparking and smells pretty good too:f9b6307973151561f5ad037667f42049.jpgnow for some spiced coffee run pork chops to go on and test it outb41cdb3b5ad61e540bfc19c1ce694a58.jpgfinished product and thoughts coming soon.....

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Final determination....coal burns very hot and fast to most others I've used and tried...but results termed out pretty good I think871849c46b0fba2f32f593e86a4ccbf9.jpg and when I say it burns fast, I mean it gets hot very quick, not burning up the coal.

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I saw a review of it on Naked Whiz if you're interested. Would you buy it again Gayton?

i think I would buy it if my regular isn't available or even to use just for weekday cooks since it seems to light and get hot faster. I like it better than the royal oak and B&B for sure.

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