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 Can I use charcoal briquettes in a gas grill?

Answer Gas grills use propane or natural gas as fuel, rather than the more traditional charcoal. In order to use charcoal briquettes in a gas grill, you need to remove all gas components, including the pr... Read More »
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Are charcoal briquettes the same as activated charcoal?

Although similar on the surface, charcoal briquettes and activated charcoal are very different. They may have a number of similar elements, namely carbon, but the properties and purity of that carb... Read More »
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What is in charcoal briquettes?

Charcoal briquettes consist mainly of two ingredients, char and coal (approximately 90 percent), and small amounts of other ingredients. Although briquette manufacturers will have slight variations... Read More »
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Who was the inventor of charcoal briquettes?

Ellsworth B.A. Zwoyer patented charcoal briquettes in 1897. He and his son Paul started the Zwoyer Fuel Co. Henry Ford and his brother-in-law, E.G. Kingsford, popularized charcoal briquette use in ... Read More »
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Can you use charcoal briquettes on the stove top?

Never burn charcoal on a stove top or anywhere else indoors. The burning of charcoal briquettes or other charcoal products releases a poisonous gas called carbon monoxide. Confined and concentrated... Read More »
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