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Thread: Pellets

  1. #21
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    traegers do a great job and you will love the versatility. I love my backwoods but the thing I loved about my traeger was. It was like a transformer. I could cook a brisket for 12 hours pull it off and then turn the heat up and grills dogs and burgers. Or WITHOUT a pizza stone I could cook a pizza. The heat shield/drip pan does an excellent job of indirect heat. Your gonna love it. butt looks great as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Partyshack BBQ View Post
    traegers do a great job and you will love the versatility. I love my backwoods but the thing I loved about my traeger was. It was like a transformer. I could cook a brisket for 12 hours pull it off and then turn the heat up and grills dogs and burgers. Or WITHOUT a pizza stone I could cook a pizza. The heat shield/drip pan does an excellent job of indirect heat. Your gonna love it. butt looks great as well.
    Thank You ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Partyshack BBQ View Post
    yes and watch the traeger pellets they are mostly alder fill. Which is good and bad. You can't oversmoke your meat / You can't oversmoke your meat
    Actually the correct answer is... it depends.

    Traeger has two plants. The one in Oregon is Alder based; they have one in Alabama that's Oak based pellets (too many complaints over the years about their alder)

    Silver bags are Alabama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokinOkie View Post
    Actually the correct answer is... it depends.

    Traeger has two plants. The one in Oregon is Alder based; they have one in Alabama that's Oak based pellets (too many complaints over the years about their alder)

    Silver bags are Alabama.
    did not know that thanks
    Casual and Competitive Cooking
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    Backwoods Ext Party Rolling on 10's (sold)
    Original Oklahoma Joes 20" with Vertical Chamber
    Weber Genesis gasser
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    Luckily I've only bought "silver" bags. Thanks for the tip. I'll keep my eyes open.
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    All the bags I've purchased have been Silver with the exception of the one bag of Onion Pellets. That was white.
    I smoked a chuck roast the other day with them & I was really suprised @ the nice flavor it left in the meat Was awful tough though.
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    Anybody compare those pellets yet?

    Are you able to run the fire pots independently?Turn one off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by californiasmokin View Post
    Anybody compare those pellets yet?

    Are you able to run the fire pots independently?Turn one off?
    I haven't noticed any difference in the quality of pellets from the white bags & silver.
    I have a BBQ070 Lil Tex. It only has one firepot.
    Lou
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    Quote Originally Posted by californiasmokin View Post
    Anybody compare those pellets yet?

    Are you able to run the fire pots independently?Turn one off?

    No difference in the pellets unless your palate is of michelin star quality.

    Pretty sure there is just one controller for the two fire pots. BUT the Lou Country Smoker Whole hog has two indepent fire pots.

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