Coshell COSAZ9 9-Pound Bag Coconut Shell Charcoal Briquettes
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- 100-Percent Recycled coconut shells
- Harder material burns hotter and longer with less waste
- No petroleum or harmful ingrediants
- Better tasting food
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Enjoy a guilt free, high quality outdoor experience by using Coshell coconut briquettes for your BBQ cooking. Coshell coconut briquettes are made from 100-Percent recycled coconut shells which makes the briquettes burn hotter, longer and cleaner than standard briquettes. Coshell's manufacturing process uses no petroleum or harmful ingrediants that could be passed along to your food, making it better for your family and flavor. Coshell briquettes use a material that traditionally goes in to a landfill. It has the added benefit of burning cleaner so fewer greenhouse gases are emitted and no trees are cut down to produce the raw material.
Top customer reviews
had to give it one star to get posted but wish i could give it a negative review.
will return unopened bags asap.
Great for searing - steaks, burgers, etc., you will need to control the vents for slower cooking
Does not impart "coconut" essence or taste--you will still need wood chips or chunks for "smoke" taste.
A little harder to light in a chimney starter--fastest method for me is lighter fluid
Veteran grillers will adjust quickly, rookies may need a little trial and error for best results.
I like to use lump charcoal and experience the same things....slow to start burning and messy to handle.
I am all about trying new things and i was quite anxious to give this a go! My inital cook with this was rather quick, only a few hours. So i want to try a long smoke with it to see how it handles. For now i would not spend the money on this charcoal vs lump or other charcoal. For me the cost does not support any special benefits. But we shall see how the other test turns out!