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Walmart: Royal Oak All Natural Hardwood Premium Charcoal Briquets, 18 Lb (2 Pack) VALUE SIZE $8.88

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Walmart: Royal Oak All Natural Hardwood Premium Charcoal Briquets, 18 Lb (2 Pack) VALUE SIZE $8.88
  • Royal Oak All Natural Hardwood Charcoal Briquets, Two 18-Pound Bags
  • Two-pack of all natural briquettes
  • Ideal for competitions, back-yard grilling or tailgating events
  • For best results, start your fire 15 minutes before cooking
  • Light with Royal Oak All Natural Lighter Fluid or All Natural Tumbleweed Firestarters
*Warning: Do not pour lighter fluid or gasoline on burning wood charcoal

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I think it has been this price for about a month. I bought some during my last trip, but haven't opened the bag yet. I heard it isn't quite as good as Kingsford, but hard to beat the price
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I think it has been this price for about a month. I bought some during my last trip, but haven't opened the bag yet. I heard it isn't quite as good as Kingsford, but hard to beat the price
Thanks for your feedback 🙌
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Embers 40lb briquettes from Home Depot is $9.98.

It's Royal Oak rebranded for Home Depot.
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Embers 40lb briquettes from Home Depot is $9.98.

It's Royal Oak rebranded for Home Depot.
Is it also wood burning? I believe the Walmart one is wood burning
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Burns too hot and burns too fast and too much ash. Not so great quality. Better options out there like B&B, Weber, or even the royal oaks chef select. Yes I know it'll cost more than $5 for a 20lb bag but at the end of the day if you're happy with it, that's all that matters.
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Take me like hours to start without light fluid
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Take me like hours to start without light fluid
Never use fluid....
You'll taste it in your food.
Use a charcoal chimney. Google it. Never use fluid.
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Take me like hours to start without light fluid
Then you're not doing it right
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Never use fluid....
You'll taste it in your food.
Use a charcoal chimney. Google it. Never use fluid.
Or if you have an outlet nearby use a Looft Lighter. Very fast and easy.
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This charcoal will release little tiny Embers when you spread it around after it's reached its white ash hot. It does burn quickly which is nice for wait time but it also burns out quickly so plan on adding two extra handfuls over what you would normally vs Kingsford. I've been cooking with coals for 30 years and all the cheaper brands will disappoint somewhat. But what they won't do is leave fluid in the coal. Once the center of the coal has reached red hot you're not getting any fluid transferring into your meat and or vegetables which is why you wait till they're white ash hot. And you certainly cannot taste it. Anybody who tells you otherwise does not know how to cook with coals or they tried cooking their food while the coals still had blackness on them
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I think it has been this price for about a month. I bought some during my last trip, but haven't opened the bag yet. I heard it isn't quite as good as Kingsford, but hard to beat the price
It's been this price since last year. I use it. It's okay for what I use it for.
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Or if you have an outlet nearby use a Looft Lighter. Very fast and easy.
Hahaha. Yes go buy a $300 device to start burning charcoal.Applause:LMAO
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hahaha. Yes go buy a $300 device to start burning charcoal.https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...2/applause.gif:https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima.../emot-lmao.gif
$79.............
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