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Charcoal vs Gas .. can you taste the difference?

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Charcoal for flavor and my gas for entertaining my kids.
My mate recommended you
I am not disappointed
If I wanted to grill on a gas grill I’d just have my woman cook the food on the stove but if I want to eat bbq it’s always gonna be charcoal outside with a beer in my hand.
charcoal any day
I got rid of my gas grill, the wind kept blowing out the flame, and ran out of gas on one occasion. Charcoal all the way😎👌
Old school style of grilling is Good Better Best! Charcoal yet simple and cheap but taste a lot!
taste the meat not the heat! I'm for propane
You need to do pellet grill vs charcoal! If you need - I can lend you my pellet grill! Cdnwolfbbq on IG
Blindfolds and sausages in mouths... yeah, this isn't the typical kind of video where I find that!
Charcoal 🥩🍗🍖🍔😁👍
Time to remake video and include pellet grill with the gas and charcoal.
Which is better for the environment? What percentage of the world's population cooks only with firewood?
charcoal , first choice . gas when time is an issue.
Put your meats inside the gas grill with wood chips and some water, close the hood, and then tell me you can easily spot the difference. What you did was the equivalent of cooking it on your stove. Obvious to tell the flavor difference. You guys need to go back to the drawing board.
The problem with gas vs charcoal is preparation and how its cooked. You can't get the same results. You can, however, get comparable taste. With the gas grill, you should be brushing on seasoning before you pull it from the grill.
Yes i can gassy taste gammy rotten
Propane has this nasty metallic gaseous taste while charcoal does not pretty easy to tell if cooked over direct heat
Should use wood chips with the gas grill to try and make it fair.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.