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  • Drying firewood in the oven

    Winter is coming, it's raining, and we just got a load of damp wood.
    Yuck. It's been a pain getting my fire to light.

    So, this seems like a good time to remind folks to use Jim H's idea
    of drying your wood every time you are finished with your oven. Even
    if you are doing low heat cooking overnight, you can still dry your
    next load of wood the next day. It really works.

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