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During several of my last few cooks, the inside of my Bull has been coated in pellet dust. What the heck is causing this? Anyone else have this issue?
Fuel/pellets may have something to do with it but I have found leaving and allowing the ash in the bottom of the barrel to build up greatly eliminates this fly ash issue.Really? I thought I wasn't cleaning it enough. So it has nothing to do with the fuel I'm using?
The pellet ash/dust issue would be my only real knock on the RT-700. I love it overall, but there is always a film of ash or pellet dust on all surfaces of the grill after a cook. When I wrap in butcher paper, the paper is always covered when I take it out so there is no doubt it’s getting on the food. I have tried countless different pellets, vacuuming vs not vacuuming and honestly the results are always the same...it bothered me quite a bit for a while, but it is the nature of cooking with wood. It’s like Padlin00 said, we will find out it’s bad for us eventually...Hmmm...I was using RecTec pellets and then bought some CookinPellets on Amazon and that's when this started. It hadn't occured to me that I had changed fuel. I was cleaning it every 2 long cooks before but now it's got to be cleaned every cook.
https://cookinpellets.com/During several of my last few cooks, the inside of my Bull has been coated in pellet dust. What the heck is causing this? Anyone else have this issue?
I like them also, and many people that should know say that they make/made the pellets for recteq.