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Date Posted: 08:47:11 05/27/02 Mon
Author: BBQfan1
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Subject: Re: Lump vs Briquette Charcoal ??
In reply to: reg 's message, "Re: Lump vs Briquette Charcoal ??" on 07:10:00 05/27/02 Mon

If you are looking for an outlet that carries the Maple Leaf brand, I have found it at a very reasonable price at The Building Box. The lump is 7.26/20 lbs bag and the briquettes are 3.51 for 8.8 lbs bag, at least here at the London ON store. Also most Canadian Tire stores carry Royal Oak, which works well in both its lump and briquette form, although their prices are a bit higher.
As for making your own charcoal, I'd look at it as something akin to baking your own bread--a nice little project if you're out for the fun and enjoyment of it, but if it's just to get the end product, it's definitely easier to go to the corner store and grab a bag where someone else has done all the labour.

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