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    All Natural Briquettes/Lump Charcoal (Oak/Hickory) with Cherry Wood

    Has anyone cooked with all natural briquettes or lump charcoal using only Cherry Wood? Since the all natural charcoal is a combination of Oak and/or Hickory wood, what was the flavor outcome of your cook? Was the smoke mild?

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    No cherry tree for me, so have not tried it yet. You could always try some cherry with briquettes and let us know what you think though.

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    Sorry BruceS, I guess I don’t understand your question.
    I use KBB and cherry a lot, great results but, I’m not sure what you are really asking.
    “All natural” is not really recognized as a legitimate qualifier, the semantics of which I will defer to the more learned members or the USDA, FDA, ICC, ASCAP, BMI, FDA, KMA or whatever alphabet soup constrictatory federal agency can make anyone confused.
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    Lump and cherry work well together if that is what you are asking?

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    Whatever wood is used in the making of the lump, the flavor is gonna be subtle ( besides Mesquite lump or Basques maple )
    So Cherry and Oak or Hickory work very well. I sometimes mix all three on pork.

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