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legsdiamond
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"Poll question: Charcoal or gas?"


          

yeah

Poll result (22 votes)
Charcoal (14 votes)Vote
I’m a hoe ass Hank Hill (8 votes)Vote

  

  

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both and depends on time and what we cooking
Apr 01st 2021
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^^^ This. I use my gas grill several times a week based on
Apr 01st 2021
3
Gas, mainly for the convenience.
Apr 01st 2021
2
Dont you..
Apr 01st 2021
4
Charcoal, because nostalgia
Apr 01st 2021
5
During the spring/summer, I grill pretty often during the week
Apr 01st 2021
6
RE: Charcoal or gas?
Apr 01st 2021
7
Been using a charcoal chimney for years
Apr 01st 2021
8
This is the way
Apr 01st 2021
11
RE: Been using a charcoal chimney for years
Apr 02nd 2021
15
      nah, get those cubes fam
Apr 02nd 2021
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           RE: nah, get those cubes fam
Apr 02nd 2021
24
           stand there and torch away if it makes you happy
Apr 03rd 2021
31
           paraffin cubes are dope
Apr 02nd 2021
27
lol
Apr 02nd 2021
23
Wood
Apr 01st 2021
9
this
Apr 02nd 2021
17
there it is
Apr 04th 2021
33
charcoal. no lighter fluid.
Apr 01st 2021
10
Both have their uses, but charcoal for me please and thank you
Apr 01st 2021
12
gas on the weekdays, charcoal on the weekend
Apr 01st 2021
13
hate to be the one to break it to you...
Apr 01st 2021
14
RE: hate to be the one to break it to you...
Apr 02nd 2021
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you're conflating two things
Apr 02nd 2021
25
      RE: you're conflating two things
Apr 02nd 2021
28
           no i did not
Apr 02nd 2021
29
you must have a dead tongue
Apr 02nd 2021
18
nope
Apr 02nd 2021
26
it's not so much the taste, but the smell...
Apr 05th 2021
35
decent (if not super deep) smoke flavor doesn't take that long to develo...
Apr 05th 2021
36
This is like asking sports car or pickup truck.
Apr 02nd 2021
20
I grill damn near every weekend once the weather breaks
Apr 02nd 2021
21
      Stove...smh
Apr 02nd 2021
22
Charcoal is my preferred - when I get a yard: kamado
Apr 03rd 2021
30
kamados are great, but specific
Apr 03rd 2021
32
I'd prefer charcoal if I had absolutely all the free time in the world..
Apr 05th 2021
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1. "both and depends on time and what we cooking"
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Got a Weber Preformer which is charcoal with a gas starter...shit is a game changer

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3. "^^^ This. I use my gas grill several times a week based on "
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the convenience. Chicken, steak, burgers, veggies (on a cast iron plate), etc. But on the weekends if I'm doing something for real and have the time to do it (ribs, brisket, pork shoulder), I gotta use a charcoal grill with a smoker box.

Ain't nobody got time to get the charcoal fire going random Tuesday nights after getting off work while the family is ready for dinner, but I can do steaks on the gas grill in 15 minutes including prep time.

  

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2. "Gas, mainly for the convenience."
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You can decide you want to grill something and ten minutes later have it on there. Then you just turn it off when you're done.

  

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legsdiamond
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4. "Dont you.. "
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trust them new

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5. "Charcoal, because nostalgia"
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Thu Apr-01-21 11:32 AM by flipnile

          

Every now and then gotta get the briquettes and lighter fluid and light it twice. You know how it makes that big explosion the second time you light it? Love that.

The smoke cloud I could do without tho.


Edit: I grille like twice a year

  

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6. "During the spring/summer, I grill pretty often during the week"
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Don't have the time for charcoal.

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7. "RE: Charcoal or gas?"
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Charcoal with a small propane torch to start the briquettes. No lighter fluid.

  

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8. "Been using a charcoal chimney for years"
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Easy and cheap way to go

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11. "This is the way"
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15. "RE: Been using a charcoal chimney for years"
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>Easy and cheap way to go

It’s a mess and is slow. You still have to use a lighter to burn some paper under your chimney. Might as well just apply the torch. Not sure how it is cheaper than any other method.

  

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19. "nah, get those cubes fam"
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shit is a game changer

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Weber-Lighter-Cubes-24-Pack/3151081

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24. "RE: nah, get those cubes fam"
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>shit is a game changer
>
>https://www.lowes.com/pd/Weber-Lighter-Cubes-24-Pack/3151081

Now I have to go buy extra disposable/burn able stuff when that torch is already taking care of me?

  

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legsdiamond
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31. "stand there and torch away if it makes you happy"
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no wonder it takes some of yall so long.. lol

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27. "paraffin cubes are dope"
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not only work well in a charcoal chimney but they do wonders in a firepit or fireplace as well.

  

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23. "lol"
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havent been able to get it to work without fluid. thinking about buying
the chimney.

>Charcoal with a small propane torch to start the briquettes.
>No lighter fluid.

  

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9. "Wood"
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17. "this"
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To people like US, a record is a piece of history. A moment in time.
Most people don't get it.

  

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10. "charcoal. no lighter fluid."
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gas grills are just not it for me in any capacity.

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12. "Both have their uses, but charcoal for me please and thank you"
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I have a Weber kettle, Akorn kamado, and offset stick burner. If I had a deck on the house, I'll add a gas grill. But even with the time and ease of use for a gas, you simply cannot get the same flavor from propane, no matter how many smoke chip boxes or pellet smoke tubes you use.

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13. "gas on the weekdays, charcoal on the weekend"
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<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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14. "hate to be the one to break it to you..."
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i have both gas and charcoal. if you're making anything like burgers, steaks or chicken which don't take long to cook then charcoal is a complete waste of time (unless it's your only option). that "charcoal" taste doesn't even come into play with you're cooking something for that short amount of time. if you think food tastes better cooked on charcoal it's most likely in your mind. the average person cannot tell the difference.

if i'm doing a cook that's going to take some hours like smoking some ribs, a whole chicken, turkey or something like that, them i'm going charcoal for sure. that's when you get that taste of the charcoal smoke penetrating the meat.

if you're into the whole hobby aspect of grilling though, then by all means fire up the charcoal and enjoy yourself. it's all good no matter what.

  

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16. "RE: hate to be the one to break it to you..."
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>i have both gas and charcoal. if you're making anything like
>burgers, steaks or chicken which don't take long to cook then
>charcoal is a complete waste of time (unless it's your only
>option). that "charcoal" taste doesn't even come into play
>with you're cooking something for that short amount of time.
>if you think food tastes better cooked on charcoal it's most
>likely in your mind. the average person cannot tell the
>difference.
>
>if i'm doing a cook that's going to take some hours like
>smoking some ribs, a whole chicken, turkey or something like
>that, them i'm going charcoal for sure. that's when you get
>that taste of the charcoal smoke penetrating the meat.
>
>if you're into the whole hobby aspect of grilling though, then
>by all means fire up the charcoal and enjoy yourself. it's
>all good no matter what.

Aren’t all tastes/flavors essentially in one’s mind???

  

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25. "you're conflating two things"
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taste is in your tongue, but how you feel about and process what you're tasting is in your mind.

i'm saying that people who claim to taste charcoal smoke flavor in their meat cooked over charcoal for just a few minutes may think that's what they are tasting, but it's impossible. for whatever reason that's what they were told by their daddy or uncle a long time ago and they hold that thought it their mind for all time. just like how some people claim they don't like gas grills because they think they can taste the gas in their food which is also impossible because propane is odorless and tasteless.

people believe what they want to believe though.

  

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28. "RE: you're conflating two things"
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>taste is in your tongue, but how you feel about and process
>what you're tasting is in your mind.
>
>i'm saying that people who claim to taste charcoal smoke
>flavor in their meat cooked over charcoal for just a few
>minutes may think that's what they are tasting, but it's
>impossible. for whatever reason that's what they were told by
>their daddy or uncle a long time ago and they hold that
>thought it their mind for all time. just like how some people
>claim they don't like gas grills because they think they can
>taste the gas in their food which is also impossible because
>propane is odorless and tasteless.
>
>people believe what they want to believe though.

YOU believe what YOU want to believe. You just posted a whole soliloquy of belief.

  

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29. "no i did not"
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it takes a very long time for charcoal smoke to penetrate the meat for there to be anything there to taste. cooking burgers or steaks takes maybe 10 minutes max, chicken about 20 mins or so, dogs and brats even less time. that's not nearly enough time to get that "smokey charcoal flavor" that people love so much.

if you're actually smoking a whole chicken (1.5 - 2 hours), turkey (6 hours), some ribs (3 - 5 hours), brisket (10 or more hours depending on size), pork shoulder (12 - 16 hours) or something along those lines then yes you will get those flavors.

this has nothing to do with what i do or don't believe.

  

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18. "you must have a dead tongue"
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26. "nope"
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it's science.

  

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35. "it's not so much the taste, but the smell..."
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...and smell has it's part in the experience


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36. "decent (if not super deep) smoke flavor doesn't take that long to develo..."
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I know that's not kosher for a lot of traditionalists, but I'm basing this not just on my experience but on trusted writers like Meathead and J. Kenji Lopez-Alt.

Even for burgers, I find that within about a half hour, using a charcoal grill banked on one side with the vent positioned over the meat on the other side you can get a decent smoke flavor, and then bring the colas back up and move the burgers directly over the coals to finish and get the flavor from the vaporizing fat dripping down.

Takes a bit longer to do the burgers low and slow this way instead of keeping them over hotter coals for a shorter time but it's not a big deal to me if it takes an hour to do dinner instead of 25 minutes.

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20. "This is like asking sports car or pickup truck."
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Yes they can both be used to get you from point A to point B, but they serve completely different purposes which makes a comparison pointless.

As I mentioned up above, I have and use both. I grill a LOT - during the summer around 4-5 times a week, and even during the winter (I'm in Michigan) 1 or 2 days a week. Last summer that number was probably higher since I was working from home - I would turn on the gas grill even at lunch time to make some quick burgers or brats...these newer high quality gas grills are EXTREMELY convenient, and I prefer using mine over my oven/stove.

On the weekend though if I have time and I'm making some pork shoulder, ribs, brisket, etc. - it's gonna be my charcoal grill with smoker box. But how often am I doing that? Probably once or twice a month, and only when the weather is decent - not year-round.

  

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21. "I grill damn near every weekend once the weather breaks"
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and while it does take longer for coals it doesnt take that damn long..

by the time I prep food the coals are hot.

If I want something immediately I just use my stove.

its not a serious debate but I’m serious about my charcoal.

Propane.. smh.

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22. "Stove...smh"
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>If I want something immediately I just use my stove.
>
>its not a serious debate but I’m serious about my charcoal.
>
>
>Propane.. smh.

But yeah, different tools for different jobs.

  

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30. "Charcoal is my preferred - when I get a yard: kamado"
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I get the appeal of gas. My boy who we ha g out most likes to grill several times a week, if I had his yard I’d still have charcoal as my primary though

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32. " kamados are great, but specific "
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Good at holding one temp steady for a long time, and quite fuel efficient. But if you need to ok a few foods at different temps it’s a little trickier. Not impossible, but not as easy as a regular grill, gas or charcoal

But for long cooks? Perfect. I can dial my temps in, put a brisket or shoulder on overnight, and go to bed without worrying too much about temp spikes or running out of fuel.

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34. "I'd prefer charcoal if I had absolutely all the free time in the world.."
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...but fuck that, i have shit to do


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