Pellets Cookinpellets.com, anyone had any experience with these?

pkitch

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Yes I am on my second bag of the Hickory and zero issues. I don't have a lot of experience to gauge them with, I have used a Traeger mix, Lumberjack mix and these. These seem to me to offer the most smoke flavor (from the Hickory wood I assume more than the brand) and would recommend them.
 

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I have been bouncing between pellet brands for almost a year since I upgraded to the Pro 780. Mainly because apparently with the larger cooking space the smoke seemed to be nearly nonresistant. A local small store had these in stock, the Perfect mix. Tried a bag. Huge difference and I'm sold. Went back and purchased two more 40# bags just for good measure. I'll be set for quite some time.

Little to no dust in the bag. Light ash, good smoke all through a smoke at most all temperatures. He had them for $19.95 a bag and gives a 5% vet discount to boot.
 
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