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Janellerae

Learning coco nara coals?

I've recently been trying out coco nara coals, I'm so used to the quick lights but wanted to try something new..however I can't get them to produce alot of smoke and I feel like they die so quickly..ive tried using 2 and also tried using 3. I have a large bowl, just a standard Egyptian clay bowl..i want to use them more but I feel like I am wasting them by experimenting! Does anybody have any tips?

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Personally, I never had success with coco-coals til I started using a Lotus Bowl. I think the main difference is having something on top to keep the heat in. 

If you use foil, you probably just need to make a good incubator for the coals.

Also, are you lighting both sides of the coals? I might be wrong on this front, but I light my coals on a hot plate, heat til one side is red, repeat, then apply. 

Hope at least one of the things I mentioned helped you out.

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You're not alone! I was never satisfied with charcoal so I just ended up creating an e-head altogether. I'm launching it on April 4th @ SmartRauch.com

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