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Old 10-11-2011, 03:13 PM
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Default Re: Ever use wood pellets to cure the oven?

I too have wood pellets for home heating in the winter (Nebraska), and they are great source of heat. I have thought about trying them, but my concern is that they require some degree of draft or moving air to help them burn. I may give them a go Wednesday evening (Oct 12) and see if they work. If so, I will post back and let you know what happens.
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