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I have used the cocochar before but coffeechar is new.  Any recommendations on how to enjoy the flavors it brings (meats or techniques)?  

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I'm eagerly awaiting my shipment of it. I've never used it, so I'm not much help other than what others on the Forum have said about it. I have the chunks of the wood. I tend to only use them on beef or lamb, if I want a more subtle smoke than say mesquite or post oak. 

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Funny ...  I have been hoarding my cocochar from when I bought my kk - only use it on mission critical low and slow's (it can fire my kk for at least 2 days).  Still have 10 boxes and just added 15 more plus 15 of the coffeechar

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Don't that look sweet



Training out the cocochar. It is precut to ready to use piece size. Nice

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Well at least we know where all the coffee char is, in your garage. Trying to corner the market are we?

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Nice that Dennis is making the pieces smaller and easier to use. The "logs" of cocochar can be easily broken by hitting 2 logs together, but you don't have much control over how they break, size-wise. 

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