New B&B Texas Smokehouse Post Oak Pellets

primeone

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I was at HEB over the weekend and noticed B&B is now offering Post Oak Pellets! Has anyone tried these? Post up your reviews and thoughts!


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Thanks for the heads up! At $11.87 a bag, it's hard to beat, though Buc-ees will at $9.99 for Hickory & Mesquite.

B&B changed their packaging, but when H-E-B started carrying them, I could not help myself. :)

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What is 'Post Oak'? I use premium hardwood woodstove pellets @$6.50/40 lb bag and I'm good with them.
 

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Just got into the B&B brand... I’ve been looking for a solid Oak pellet. B&B tends to have a faithful following... Looking Forward To Smokin Em!
 

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What is 'Post Oak'? I use premium hardwood woodstove pellets @$6.50/40 lb bag and I'm good with them.

Post Oak is considered a hardwood in the Oak family. A lot of people use splits of Oak & Red Oak (stronger flavor) in stick burners or offsets for anything from beef to fish and pizzas...post oak tends to be milder than Red Oak . I would compare Post Oak to Pecan...Its not as strong as Hickory or Mesquite..

You mentioned using Premium Hardwood “STOVE” pellets... Are these particular “STOVE” pellets food grade?
 
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