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Black Ranch Marabu Cuba Houtskool 15 kg

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Black Ranch Marabu Cuba Houtskool 15 kg

Black Ranch Marabu Cuba Houtskool 15 kg

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El Marabu-Dichrostachys Cinerea an invasive tree native to Africa was introduced to Cuba in the 19th century.
To solve the problem of invading the agricultural factory areas in Cuba, El Marabu started producing hardwood that presents a metallic sound with a unique aromatic taste. Perfect for grills, barbecues and restaurants.

Charcoal is offered in various types. A good charcoal contains a rough selection of obsolete pieces. As a result, the charcoal burns constantly and sufficient oxygen can get between the pieces, so that all pieces can ignite.

A good charcoal is not mixed, but consists of one type of wood. This is also important to keep the temperature constant. If you have a kamado such as a Big Green Egg or a Bastard, then charcoal is the perfect fuel. Charcoal is able to burn with very little oxygen and at the same time is able to become horribly hot.

Briquettes require a minimal amount of oxygen and often go out prematurely when used in a kamado.

Specifications:

Fuel: Charcoal
Wood type: Marabu
Origin: Cuba
Manufacturing process: Clay oven
Taste: Neutral
Large pieces: Between 40-160 mm stick-shaped
Content: 15 kg
Suitable for: Low & Slow (Hot & Fast)

 

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