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Top tips when you're out and about

Briquettes

Briquettes are very easy to purchase and are found in local supermarkets, petrol stations and DIY retailers. Considered by some to be the ‘fast food’ of charcoal, they are produced from the smaller pieces of wood or dust left over in the furnace once the lumpwood has been removed, simply compressed into a briquette using a binding agent. They are consequently denser than lumpwood, more difficult to light, but longer and hotter burning. Many brands may contain wood by-products, combined with additives, starches and sometimes waste material, which sometimes cause a chemical smell. Zip briquettes are 100% natural, containing only wood, making them cleaner burning and producing great tasting food.

Zip™ 100% Natural Hardwood Briquettes

  • Burns consistently
  • Burns hotter for longer
  • Does not smell or taint food
  • 100% natural wood – no added starch or binders
  • Easy to clear up

In essence, every barbecue master has their own individual way of cooking their outdoor food and we suspect this debate will rumble on for many years to come. Rest assured that Zip’s Briquette charcoals are of the highest quality and have helped to produce fabulous tasting outdoor food for many families around the world.

 

If you have any of your own top tips for Briquettes then we would love to hear them! Please share to our Facebook page, tweet us or send us an email.

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