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post #1 of 7
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http://www.tractorsupply.com/redstone-trade-ecobrick-pack-of-8-1001261

 

Anyone tried it? It says it is pure hardwood sawdust, no additives or glue. Might make in interesting fuel for BBQ. What do you think?

post #2 of 7

From what I am seeing it is for heating fuel not for smoking, Sounds like it may have something to make it work

post #3 of 7

Would have to see how it works in your smoker to see if it is Cheaper and/or more Efficient than Charcoal....I would contact the manufacter, they claim they add no Chemicals but can they Guarantee the saw dust or wood they purchase is not Treated with anything...JJ

post #4 of 7

Interesting, we have a tractor supply just down the street. Maybe I'll swing by and take a look at them.

post #5 of 7

These bricks could be made from just about anything

I would check with the manufacturer before you use them for BBQ

Worth a quick phone call

 

 

TJ

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Originally Posted by TJohnson View Post

These bricks could be made from just about anything

I would check with the manufacturer before you use them for BBQ

Worth a quick phone call

 

 

TJ


I agree, the link below is to the eco brick home page where it states that they are made from 100% hardwood sawdust which in reality is probably a combination of any number of different trees, probably some good and probably some not. If they come up with a 100% maple, hickory or cherry I would consider using it, but since the the source wood can not be guaranteed I would not use them
http://ecobrick.net/

 

post #7 of 7

I'll stick to my normal KNOWN wood splits. Thank You.

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