Pellets Pit Boss pellets.

RustyJake

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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.
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 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.
 

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My local Ace in Apache Junction, AZ has basically run out of Traeger pellets except for left overs of Turkey special.
 

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My local Ace in Apache Junction, AZ has basically run out of Traeger pellets except for left overs of Turkey special.
Walmart has Pit Boss for half the price of Traeger.
Curbside delivery too...😏
 

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