The Green Olive Firewood FCHPP8 8kg Restaurant Grade Lumpwood Charcoal, Natural
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Fear not, dear grill master, for we at The Green Olive Firewood Company have all the answers to your charcoal confusion. Most lumpwood charcoal is 100% natural and free from harmful chemicals, ensuring your food tastes as it should – delicious! On investigation it became clear that the local economy could not utilise all this waste wood and much of it was left to rot.
The high-density charcoal produces minimal ash and sparks, making it the perfect choice for professional chefs and BBQ enthusiasts alike. So why settle for anything less when you can enjoy the best of both worlds with our premium organic charcoals?Of course the Ultimate Guide To Lumpwood Charcoal wouldn’t be complete without some top tips for using charcoal to cook mouth-watering dishes. Natural charcoal is made from sustainably sourced wood and does not contain any harmful chemicals or additives, making them a safer option for you and the environment.
The firelighter is hidden in the hole at the top of the firewood, and when lit, it creates an instant bonfire with controlled burning. Nowadays, after spending the evening sitting by a cosy open fireplace, we can collect and clean the wood ash at our own pace.
Our Premium Professional Lumpwood Charcoal is the highest quality restaurant-grade charcoal available on the market. Plus, using firewood is an excellent way to become energy independent and take control of your household costs. Some of the data that are collected include the number of visitors, their source, and the pages they visit anonymously.
With the overall goal being to improve air quality, there has also been a change in the fuel types that can be used in your log-burning stove.If you’re like us and love the sizzle and aroma of a good barbecue, then you’re probably itching for the season’s first cookout. At Green Olive Firewood, we bring you natural fuels for your home fire, chiminea, fire pit, pizza ovens, BBQ and smokers. With the summer months fast approaching it’s likely more and more Britons across the country will be wiping off the dust from their barbecue grills.