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Noticed that sears has Miron Mixon Competition Pellet Blend pellets for 15.99  for 20 lbs.  With my Shop Your Way Points membership they were 13.67 plus free shipping.

 

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_07136150000P

 

It doesn't say what wood type they are, but I just ordered a bag to see how they work.

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Hi JEEPDRIVER. 

 

I bought a Pitmaster Q3 pellet cooker at sears little over a month ago and bought a 20# bag of pellets.  The say they are a Competition Mix on the bag.   They generated good smoke, but I cook more beef than pork so I found B&B mesquite pellets at Academy to be more to my liking.  They are $11 and change and are a mix of oak and mesquite.  All wood not flavoring.  The Sears pellets worked good for me on pork butt and baby backs.  Good luck which ever way you go.

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Just wanted to update on these pellets. Did a 6 hour rib cook and a couple of grilling sessions. Pellet us3 has been low and have had very little ash output. Smoke amount is decent but not as heavy as some other brands.

I wouls say if you can get them for a good price like I did they are well worth it
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If you can buy in larger quantities, check out buying direct from some of the suppliers.  I'm ordering a pallet which is one ton, 50 bags, 40# each for $10.73 per bag, includes delivery.  These can be assorted any way you want from many different types of wood.  

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If you can buy in larger quantities, check out buying direct from some of the suppliers.  I'm ordering a pallet which is one ton, 50 bags, 40# each for $10.73 per bag, includes delivery.  These can be assorted any way you want from many different types of wood.  
They are cooking pellets in 40. I am new to pellet but had only seen 20 in cooking 40 in heating. Could you pm me info? I was thinking of looking into buying by the pallet. We have done some pizza and pie baking. Higher temps eat the pellets. But family loved the pizza and the 2 apple pies are already gone.
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