- Apr 14, 2020
- Reaction score
- Vancouver Island
- Ironwood 650
Compressed charcoal can be pretty hard, just think diamonds. Coal in a raw state isn't bad, it is actually brittle. Being a 'blend' it wouldn't be all charcoal compressed. Should be some wood, but what %?I don't think you will at all... until Timmy pointed it out I didn't read 'charcoal' in your first post. I thought it was just regular PB you were talking about.
I've been using regular PB for 6 months, and have 6 more bags to go, I use them everywhere with no problems.
We should put a WARNING somewhere to NEVER use anything as hard as charcoal pellets in a Traeger
Sounds to me it's like putting little rocks in there.
I didn't even consider hardness to be an issue when I got them, was just looking for some briquette flavor on some of the everyday cooks. Charcoal should be able to get good heat.