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Hi All Would be OK to use unseasoned wood, to start a coal bed?

Then use apple/cherry splits for flavor and heat.

Thanks Dan

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I used a separate burn barrel then shoveled hots in firebox. Didn't like nasties from semi green wood coating cook chamber. Just me I guess.
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Hi All Would be OK to use unseasoned wood, to start a coal bed?

Then use apple/cherry splits for flavor and heat.

Thanks Dan

No, it will not burn cleanly and it will be next to impossible to establish a bed of coals.

Starting with lump charcoal is your best option, but you can use briquettes as well.

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