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Thread: Coshell charcoal??

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    Coshell charcoal??

    Anyone use it try it have an opinion on it? If you have an OSH it's a killer price I just don't have one close enough to buy one bag to try then go back for more. If it's good I wanna buy all I can

    http://www.osh.com/Osh-Categories/Ou...62#prettyPhoto

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    I bought some Coshell briquettes a couple of years ago when Lowes carried it, but they no longer do so. It was good for direct grilling as it gave off some good heat.

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    I liked it. But I would use it for direct cooking. Even hot coals. Taste and smell is great. Works really well on small cookers as the ga and sj.

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    That's a great price Reggie

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    I stick with stubs

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    Stubs don't smell like coconuts. I grew up with the smell of coconuts husk and shells used for cooking so it's a nostalgic smell for me.

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